"Ostrowski, a former resident of both Boston and San Francisco, thoroughly knows the territory the intriguing characters roam. The places range from a hidden foodie gem in Boston’s North End to where the steep slope of Powell Street meets Sutter in the San Francisco fog . . . humor weaves throughout the smoothly written story. For example, Camden says his wine has an intense black cherry taste 'with a hint of clowns on a bright summer day.'
But the mood can change quickly. The tension rises in this enjoyable tale as unhappy clients attack, often fatally. Thriller enthusiasts will want to add this well-sculpted heist drama to their collections." - Kirkus Reviews