[The Finger’s Twist] is a first-rate crime novel that makes you question who the bad guys really are. And it introduces a pair of memorable characters I want to read about again.
Genre-busting in the extreme, The Finger's Twist is a love story, a character study, a wheel-within-wheels whodunit, a social commentary, a political treatise...but, beyond that, it’s bang-up storytelling....No higher praise possible, except maybe this: Once finished, you may be tempted to read it again. Indulge.
Winnipeg Free Press
Toronto writer Lee Lamothe has constructed a wonderful noir thriller....Beautifully written.
The Globe and Mail
This is a quirky little thriller, with plenty of action, a clipped pace and a proper maelstrom of "whodunnit" cloak-and-dagger storytelling. The dialogue is excellent, filled with rogues' cant and street slang that makes you scramble to keep up.
Ryan Suche, The Uniter
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