—Sarah Weinman, New York Times Book Review
—Bestselling author Harlan Coben
The empathetic Hoag’s narrative voice compels.
—Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
—Midwest Book Review
—Bestselling Author A. J. Finn
David Handler, who began his career in New York as a journalist, was born and raised in Los Angeles and published two highly acclaimed novels about growing up there before resorting to a life of crime fiction.
Among many other mystery novels (including the Berger and Mitry series), he has written fourteen novels about the witty and dapper celebrity ghostwriter Stewart Hoag and his faithful, neurotic basset hound, Lulu. These include the Edgar® and American Mystery Award-winning The Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald and the newest entry, The Woman Who Lowered the Boom.