Promoting Crime Fiction by Lizzie Hayes – “A compulsive page turner, with a snake-twisting plot, stand-out characters and a vivid setting. Highly recommended.” (about Kill the Father)




EL PAIS (SP) “Hasta el quarenta de Mayo…”


EL PAIS (SPAIN) 5th May, 2017 – Sandrone Dazieri: “Yo soy neurodiverso, como mi personaje”…



“Una vez más, la pluma y la Maquiavélica mente de Dazieri me cautiva y me destruye a la vez, construyendo nuevamente una historia caótica en la que te vas adentrando poco a poco, y se va convirtiendo en un laberinto del que estás casi segura no podría salir victorioso, pero sí, lo consigue, y es que este autor no da puntada sin hilo, y cuando estás al borde de un colapso porque crees que tus dudas se quedarán atormentado cada segundo de tu existencia, ¡zaz¡ te da en toda la cara y sin anestesia. Me quito el sombrero ante éste maravilloso autor. Una trama excelente, unos personajes perfectos, tan reales que casi puedes tocarlos, algo que muy pocos escritores consiguen crear, una historia emocionante llena de acción, polis, tiroteos, investigaciones y tantos giros inesperados que piensas que en cualquier momento te vas a estrellar contra el muro de la desilusión, pero eso no sucede jamás. Sólo me puedo “quejar” de ese final … ¡esto no se hace Dazieri! ¡Recomendado!” – Mundos Inmortales Literarios


THE TIMES: Crime round-up: Bizarre, brutal and thrilling “Kill the Father is absorbing, disturbing, clever, bizarre, original and brutal”. Read the review by Marcel Berlins HERE


“Search for Evil in the Eternal City” Interview by Layton Green. READ HERE


The Dark Side – “Not since Thomas Harris’s The Silence of the Lambs has there been as intriguing a pairing of hard-charging female detective and “damaged” savant, and not since Jo Nesbo has there been a foreign thriller talent as promising.” READ HERE


Kill the Father within the “10 of the most anticipated crime novels and thrillers of 2017” by Louise Rhind-Tutt. READ HERE


“Kill The Father drew me in from the opening pages with writing so detailed and expressive I  didn’t have a choice but to keep turning the pages as fast as possible….” Review by It’s Book Talk, READ HERE


OTTO PENZLER’S 5 CRIME AND MYSTERY PICKS FOR JANUARY – Ably translated from the Italian, this is a big psychological suspense novel that captures the reader from the first page (titled “Before”) as it describes the terrible plight of a little boy held prisoner in a circular wall of cement that is identified when the now-grown captive achieves a kind of fame as “the boy in the silo.” Apparently escaping after 11 years of torture and deprivation, Dante Torre now works as a consultant for various organizations, including the police, because of his extraordinary ability to read people. Shocks, surprises, horrors, twists, and revelations abound in this long, compelling thriller. READ HERE

“This novel is a slow bath, one that’s meant to be drawn out and enjoyed, a story that allows you to lose yourself within it. I, for one, am looking forward to more from Sandrone Dazieri.” THE BEHRGREAD HERE


November 16, 2016 KIRKUS Review








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