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Reviews: Dead Man's Hand


"Luke Murphy's Dead Man's Hand is a pleasure, a debut novel that doesn't read like one, but still presents original characters and a fresh new voice."

- Thomas Perry, New York Times bestselling author of Poison Flower


"Part police procedural, part crime fiction, Dead Man's Hand is a fast, gritty ride."

- Anne Frasier, USA Today bestselling author of Hush


"Luke Murphy writes in a clean, mean style, as compelling as a switchblade to your throat. Murphy's the real deal."

- Rick Mofina, award-winning author of They Disappeared


"Dead Man's Hand is a pedal-to-the-metal thriller. Luke Murphy pours a load of talent into his first novel, and it takes off on the first page. Vivid characters and wire-taut plotting make Murphy's novel a five star read. Don't begin Dead Man's Hand if you need to do anything else today."

- James Thayer, author of White Star


"What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas? Be glad. Be very glad. Luke Murphy puts on display the seedy underbelly of SinCity, where deceit, treachery, vengeance and the double cross are practiced like an art form. For a tight taut thriller, bet on a Dead Man's Hand."

- Anthony Bidulka, award-winning author of The Russell Quant Mystery Series


"Calvin Watters is an anti-hero you will cheer in this solid debut that poses twisted questions about crime and punishment."

- Julie Kramer, award-winning author of Shunning Sarah


"It's always a pleasure to welcome a new voice to the ranks of mystery-thriller authors. So welcome Luke Murphy, who delivers plenty of both in his debut novel, Dead Man's Hand. Give it an evening and you may want to give it the whole night, just to see how it turns out."

- William Martin, New York Times bestselling author of The Lincoln Letter


"Dead Man's Hand gripped me with terror from the first sentence. Tense! Thrilling! Terrifying! Luke Murphy is a great mood-builder on the order of Dean Koontz!"

- Betty Dravis, award-winning author of Six-Pack of Blood


Reviews: Wild Card

“This one contains all the danger, treachery, and action a thriller reader could wish for.  Luke Murphy has the touch.” —Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Lost Order


Wild Card by Luke Murphy is an engaging suspense read with escalating action and pace. Even lethal jungle creatures wield their brand of justice. Hold on for a wild ride that doesn’t end until the last page.” —Jordan Dane, bestselling author of the Sweet Justice series


“Murder, sex, hackers, leg-breakers, shady Russians, flawed heroes, and a ruthless killer in an elaborate criminal chess game: Luke Murphy delivers.” —Bryan Gruley, author of the Starvation Lake trilogy


“A wild ride! Exciting characters. An adventurous read. Loved it!” —Jonas Saul, author of the Sarah Roberts Series


“Luke Murphy's Wild Card is a fast-paced, twisty international thriller laced with refreshing bouts of humor. Reformed debt-collector Calvin Watters and cop buddy Dale Dayton have clear-eyed courage when battling drug cartels and rogue snipers, even as they try to keep it together on the homefront. In a rapid-fire plot with bullets flying, Murphy's characters never lose their depth or likability. A highly addictive read.”  —Nadine Doolittle, author of Iced Under


“From the glitter and grunge of the Vegas strip to the steamy depths of the Amazon rainforest, Wild Card takes the reader on an unforgettable trip. From the first page, it grabs you like an anaconda and refuses to let go. Murphy is a relentless writer— and his latest offering, Wild Card, is like a raging river that can’t be tamed.”—Jeff Buick, author of Bloodline