I'm humbled! Mentioned in the same review as Lee Child, Nelson DeMille, and Tess Gerritsen? And to be even remotely compared to William Faulkner? I'll take it.
Here's what Providence Journal reviewer Jon Land has to say about my new novel, Seven-Thirty Thursday, which launched October 29: "Reed Bunzel‘s Seven-Thirty Thursday (Suspense Publishing) is an intensely personal tale that echoes of both Greg Isles and John Hart. Rick Devlin is living proof of the old Thomas Wolfe adage that you can’t go home again, especially in the wake of his mother’s murder at his father’s hand in his once-beloved Charleston, South Carolina.
"That is, until new evidence surfaces that suggests his father may be innocent, leading Devlin to launch his own investigation. It turns out pretty much everyone involved is hiding something and it’s up to him to sort through the grisly morass to get to the truth.
"This establishes Bunzel as a kind of Will Faulkner of the thriller-writing world. His effortless prose crackles with color and authenticity as the brooding Charleston skies sets the stage for the storm that’s coming."