The Indie NextGen book awards made DBZ a Finalist in the mystery category. I went back to NYC to pick up a medal. Was fun chasing around town looking like some sort of quasi-Olympian.
This review appeared on Amazon with 5 stars —
By Pureresearch on January 26, 2014
This is a phenomenal book. Set in the Seventies, at the height of the Black-Gold Rush known as the Alaskan Pipeline, this story sizzles and pops with characters and language that are unlike any writer I have ever had the pleasure to read.
I’m no stranger to the hard-boiled detective genre, ala Robert B Parker, Ed McBain, and John D MacDonald; I think I’ve read nearly everything they ever wrote. But this guy Anderson, and his cocaine snorting detective, Nick Rezkel? They can run with the big dogs. You think I’m kidding? Give him a shot. This shot. Because Death Below Zero is a stone-cold success.
But he seriously has to get himself a middle initial, because there are too many pretenders out there. Richard Anderson? You’ve gotta be kidding me.