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
Christopher Huang
You're hired to steal some art, but someone else beats you to it and now your client is demanding ... reparations. The world absolutely needs more mystery capers like this!
Todd S. Wonkka
Ostrowski writes with such direct strength of setting, and honesty of character that it rips the page.
dean fearce
Michael's got the perfect opener and the pitch perfect patter. I liked this so much, I bought it twice.
Jane-Holly Meissner
Lost in the Fog starts like a classic noir mystery with the entrance of a mysterious woman in need - only she needs you to rob a museum with her and the plot escalates from there. Check it out!
Zak Standridge
I like the velocity; you're dipped into the narrative and before you know it you're soaked! ...SCAB! (haha)
Hunter Red
Check out Buddha on Broadway a new chapter of Lost in the Fog by Michael Ostrowski. This is a book I'm looking forward to reading.
Matt Mann
Good stuff Michael!  Can't wait to read more!
Benjamin Gray
I love the characters. As a former journalist, let me just say that Ostrowski gets it.