Mark Twain heated the spoon. Hemingway tied him off with a cracked leather belt. Breslin slapped his arm, searching for a vein. Seth Morgan jabbed the needle home.
Now he can't stop.
His novel, Bloodman, was called "...a remarkable debut..." by Booklist, and "...a relentless, driving masterpiece..." by Suspense Magazine. It was chosen By O - The Oprah Magazine - for their summer 2012 reading list.
There are no gimmicks. No sleight of hand. The magic is real.
What the critics are saying about American Woman:
"So gripping the reader feels metaphorical hands around his throat. American Woman builds to a bloody, heart-stopping confrontation...If ever a suspense thirller deserves five stars, American Woman does."
- New York Journal of Books
“The plotting here is airtight, but, above all, the novel delivers a frightening, Nietzschean horror show composed of equal parts hubris and unintended consequences. Fair warning: expect to sleep with the lights on after you turn the final page."
“Cold-blooded, sadistic serial killings plague New York City’s Upper East Side in this gripping standalone from Pobi … [readers] will be spellbound.”
- Publishers Weekly