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Eyes of the Innocent
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Brad Parks's first novel, Faces of the Gone, won the Shamus Award and the Nero Award for Best American Mystery--he is the first author to win both honors for one book. A former reporter for The Washington Post and The [Newark, N.J.] Star-Ledger, he is now a full-time author living in Virginia, where he is at work on the next Carter Ross adventure.

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"An engaging personality, ...Carter Ross [is] the New Jersey investigative reporter narrating Brad Parks's 'Eyes of the Innocent'..., a capable follow-up to this author's award-winning debut mystery."--Tom Nolan, "Wall Street Journal""A breezy, entertaining sequel to Parks' well-received debut."--"Kirkus Reviews""" "Zany characters, witty dialog, and a plot that races to a bang-up finish are guaranteed to have readers cheering for the good guys. Parks's sequel to his acclaimed debut, "Faces of the Gone", is as good if not better. Think Lisa Scottoline meets Richard Yancey."--"Library Journal" (starred review)" ""Readers will meet colorful characters from the newsroom and the shady side of Newark in this fast-paced, suspenseful story. Parks' writing is clever and witty in this entertaining read."--"RT Book Reviews" (four stars) ""Eyes of the Innocent" is the complete package. With wonderful prose, witty observations and a relentless drive, this book held me hostage until the last page. Well done, Brad Parks!"--Michael Connelly


An engaging personality, ...Carter Ross [is] the New Jersey investigative reporter narrating Brad Parks's 'Eyes of the Innocent'..., a capable follow-up to this author's award-winning debut mystery. "Tom Nolan, Wall Street Journal" A breezy, entertaining sequel to Parks' well-received debut. "Kirkus Reviews" Zany characters, witty dialog, and a plot that races to a bang-up finish are guaranteed to have readers cheering for the good guys. Parks's sequel to his acclaimed debut, "Faces of the Gone," is as good if not better. Think Lisa Scottoline meets Richard Yancey. "Library Journal (starred review)" Readers will meet colorful characters from the newsroom and the shady side of Newark in this fast-paced, suspenseful story. Parks' writing is clever and witty in this entertaining read. "RT Book Reviews (four stars)" "Eyes of the Innocent" is the complete package. With wonderful prose, witty observations and a relentless drive, this book held me hostage until the last page. Well done, Brad Parks! "Michael Connelly""


An engaging personality, ...Carter Ross [is] the New Jersey investigative reporter narrating Brad Parks's 'Eyes of the Innocent'..., a capable follow-up to this author's award-winning debut mystery. Tom Nolan, Wall Street Journal A breezy, entertaining sequel to Parks' well-received debut. Kirkus Reviews Zany characters, witty dialog, and a plot that races to a bang-up finish are guaranteed to have readers cheering for the good guys. Parks's sequel to his acclaimed debut, Faces of the Gone, is as good if not better. Think Lisa Scottoline meets Richard Yancey. Library Journal (starred review) Readers will meet colorful characters from the newsroom and the shady side of Newark in this fast-paced, suspenseful story. Parks' writing is clever and witty in this entertaining read. RT Book Reviews (four stars) Eyes of the Innocent is the complete package. With wonderful prose, witty observations and a relentless drive, this book held me hostage until the last page. Well done, Brad Parks! Michael Connelly"

"An engaging personality, ...Carter Ross [is] the New Jersey investigative reporter narrating Brad Parks's 'Eyes of the Innocent'..., a capable follow-up to this author's award-winning debut mystery." --Tom Nolan, Wall Street Journal"A breezy, entertaining sequel to Parks' well-received debut." --Kirkus Reviews"Zany characters, witty dialog, and a plot that races to a bang-up finish are guaranteed to have readers cheering for the good guys. Parks's sequel to his acclaimed debut, Faces of the Gone, is as good if not better. Think Lisa Scottoline meets Richard Yancey." --Library Journal (starred review)"Readers will meet colorful characters from the newsroom and the shady side of Newark in this fast-paced, suspenseful story. Parks' writing is clever and witty in this entertaining read." --RT Book Reviews (four stars)"Eyes of the Innocent is the complete package. With wonderful prose, witty observations and a relentless drive, this book held me hostage until the last page. Well done, Brad Parks!" --Michael Connelly

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