Praise for Nash, Rambler:
The novel's dead-on depiction of the reporting life will ring true with anyone who's logged time in a newsroom. The pulse-quickening action and witty dialogue will draw in readers who weren't born with a notebook in their hands.
--Gannett News Service
Fast-paced debut... Fans of breezy Southern California crime thrillers take note.
Delightfully acerbic... Witty dialogue and excellent pacing make for fun reading in this first novel, and the tough but sensitive Nash... is a protagonist readers will hope to see again.
An exciting investigative tale... Elmore Leonard fans need to make room for another wacky book similar in many ways to Get Shorty.
First-rate noir. This one will get you through the night!
A joy ride of a book, as well crafted as a classic car, with the kick of a racing engine. Frank Sennett is a gifted storyteller; his characters are beautifully drawn, utterly believable, and surprisingly tough.
--Jenny Siler, author of Shot
A charming debut mystery.
--L.A. Mystery Bookstore
Praise for Nash, Metropolitan:
The pacing is excellent, and Nash remains a thoroughly likable hero.
This book is Chicago through and through--when he's not dodging murderers or digging for clues, Nash is chowing down on burgers at the Wiener's Circle, knocking back Schlitz Dark at the Billy Goat, or getting expense account lunches at the Drake's Cape Cod Room. ... Hope you like it as much as I do.
--AOL CityGuide Chicago
The fast-paced storyline brings Chicago to life from the underbelly as murders keep the hero and his partner scrambling. Nash remains a solid protagonist while Jerry adds depth to the inquiries. Fans of modern day urban noirs will want to ride the Loop with Nash.
Nash, Metropolitan is a wild ride full of excitement, mystery and political intrigue. ... The secondary characters in this roller-coaster ride are just as exciting and integral to the story, contributing to the rush of adrenaline that accompanies each page turned. Nash, Metropolitan is the second installment in this thrilling whodunit series. ... and each book solidly stands alone. I recommend Nash, Metropolitan as a selection not to be missed.
--Romance Reviews Today