The Washington Times ran my On Crime column on Jason Starr’s The Next Time I Die.
“Dying was only the beginning. Steven Blitz didn’t think about his own safety when he saw the man trying to force a woman into his car. He stepped in to defend her and got a knife to the gut for his troubles.
Hard Case Crime goes on to state that “The Next Time I Die” is a paranoid thriller that will draw the reader into its claustrophobic web of suspense, leaving one questioning everything one thinks one knows.
You can read the rest of the column via the below link: