PRAISE FOR THE LONG FIRM:
Compulsive reading, powerful writing with an evocative feel for the bleaker side of the Swinging Sixties
A great read from start to finish, gathering pace and depth as it goes . . . A '60s gangster novel with a compelling plot, poignant characters and plenty of wit.
Jake Arnott has created a gangster story every bit as cool, stylish and venomous as the London in which it is set, an English original as sharp and lethal as a Saville Row lapel
PRAISE FOR HE KILLS COPPERS:
You won't be able to put it down.
Arnott is a craftsman at what he does, a real cabinetmaker of pulp fiction, with everything nicely dovetailed
PRAISE FOR TRUECRIME:
A rollercoaster journey through a landscape most honest, decent people wouldn't know existed . . . sparklingly witty, immensely profound . . . it should be read as a matter of urgency
The most expansive, ironical and funny novel of the series
Arnott delivers a beacon-bright satire . . . a literary triumph