A stunner. One of the most impressive, compelling thrillers I've read in a long while. The plot moves at bullet velocity. The writing has an electric surge. Robert Pobi delivers a fresh, exciting new voice to thriller fiction.
A thrilling page turner with a unique and fascinating hero in Lucas Page. The narrative whips by at breakneck page and the plotting is smart and tense
Relevant, smart and action-packed, CITY OF WINDOWS is The Day of the Jackal for Trump's America.
A tough, wise, knowing narrative voice, a great plot, a great setting, and even better characters - I loved this.
Author Pobi and Character Page are even on the strength of this first outing shaping up to be the new dream team for fans of high concept thrillers. It can only be a matter of time too before Netflix make Mr Pobi an offer he can't refuse, this is a series that has all the ingredients to run and run
CITY OF WINDOWS is a white knuckle ride hurtling along at breakneck speed. A beautifully plotted thriller, but the best thing of all is its lead character. With Dr Lucas Page Robert Pobi has created one of the most fascinating and unique protagonists since Jeffery Deaver's Lincoln Rhyme.
CITY OF WINDOWS is that rarest of gems - a page-turner painted with soaring prose that makes you want to read every sentence twice. In Dr Lucas Page, Robert Pobi has created a unique and modern protagonist...He'll be back and so will I.
I don't have space to list the many things that are done expertly in CITY OF WINDOWS. Just read it and start watching for Robert Pobi's next book.
Robert Pobi has written a winner with CITY OF WINDOWS, a novel that should establish him as an authentic, distinctive and entertaining new voice in crime fiction.
Pobi's punchy prose bowls along breaking all the speed limits
Pobi keeps the pages turning
Fanfare of trumpets please ... a thriller star is born. One with gripping storytelling fire power. Pobi draws you into a hair-trigger plot
Told at a ferocious pace in staccato prose, this thriller truly gets the blood racing
An absolute corker of a thriller
By the time the cranky, but loveable Page solves the who and the how, I suspect he'll have established himself as your new favourite sleuth