Jason Starr is the author of Cold Caller, Nothing Personal, Fake I.D., Hard Feelings and Tough Luck followed by Lights Out, The Follower, Panic Attack, Savage Lane and his latest novel, Too Far. He was born in Brooklyn in 1966 and still lives in New York City. Sharm Murugiah is an award-winning British Illustrator & Graphic Designer, living in London and currently working at Scribbler Cards, UK. Sharm also works as a freelance Illustration Artist & Graphic Designer and has contributed a series of striking covers for No Exit Press' Jason Starr titles.
Original modern noir tale reminiscent of Jim Thompson or David
Goodis * The Irish Times *
Diabolically well-plotted noir thriller...Gentle readers should take heed * Literary Review *
Wholly satisfying. Nothing Personal is a fast, well-paced and well-plotted domestic crime thriller * The Barcelona Review *
Every few years you read a crime novel that jars you so completely that you begin to doubt your entire approach to writing. These rare books show you a whole new way of doing things. In the past six years, I've read three crime novels that have had that effect on me: Blue Lonesome by Bill Pronzini, The Ax by Donald E. Westlake, and now Nothing Personal by Jason Starr -- Ed Gorman * Mystery Scene *
The King of Noir is back. It doesn't get any darker or funnier than this...The best novel of the year * Bookends *