“Nobody is funnier or more acute than Robert Eversz on the American culture of celebrity as it is reverently observed and marketed in the city of Los Angeles.” – Richard Lipez, Washington Post

Publishers Weekly, starred review

January Magazine, Best of Crime Fiction

"It's amazing what a new writer can do with the old routines. Turning to the international crime thriller for Gypsy Hearts, Eversz mocks its romantic conventions by giving them a heartlessly funny post-Cold War twist." – Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review

Smart-alecky, frequently hilarious storytelling, with brainy send-ups of vampiric Europeans and idiotic Americans on the dark side of the post-Cold War Tour. – Kirkus, starred review

"Eversz's novel reads like The Catcher in the Rye  with high explosives." – The Daily Telegraph

"Whip smart . . . Shooting Elvis takes a sardonic bite of Raymond Chandler and sets it to the mosh-pit madness of Green Day. An exciting and daringly original book." – Boston Globe

Oslo Aftenposten ­– Best Crime Novel of the Spring Season

"Scabrously funny… Eversz's considerable talent infuses this terrific thriller with tension and feeling, and will leave readers wanting more of Nina Zero." ­– A Washington Post Book World Rave

"Killing Paparazzi, like its predecessor, is a street-smart, razor-sharp combination of crime fiction and Southern California social commentary." – Dick Lochte, Los Angeles Times

"If Nathanael West of The Day of the Locust fame had written mysteries, he might have come up with something as jumpy, honest and explosive as Eversz's three books about Nina Zero.” – Dick Adler, Chicago Tribune

"Burning Garbo is rich, rewarding crime fiction by an author who should be much better known." – Lev Raphael, Detroit Free Press

“I love Nina Zero, even if she is walking proof that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. And it’s a white-knuckle rollercoaster ride every mile of the way.” – Val McDermid, Gold Dagger- and Barry-award winning author

Boston Herald – Editor’s Choice

Book Page – Mystery of the Month