Books by Arthur Rosenfeld

DIAMOND EYE by Arthur Rosenfeld
Released: July 1, 2001

"Rosenfeld (A Cure for Gravity, 2000) doesn't shrink from florid clichés (the crime lord's beautiful daughter is an internist at Mercy Hospital) or kitchen-sink plotting, but he keeps things moving smartly even before the nifty twist that ties his two plots together into a neat, grisly bow."
Like the post office employees who've made the phrase "going postal" a byword for the mixture of alienating boredom and violence, Inspector Max Diamond, of the US Postal Inspection Service, never seems to have a nice day. Read full book review >
A CURE FOR GRAVITY by Arthur Rosenfeld
Released: Sept. 1, 2000

"Awkward analogies ('clouds gathered like councilmen') and a tendency to indicate Hispanic speakers by substituting 'ju' for 'you' ('ju kiddin' me?' etc.) are minor distractions in a zesty, comic, high-speed American gothic."
Beset by ghosts, cops, and a nasty tornado, a bank robber and a drifter meet by chance in a picaresque cross-country road trip. Read full book review >
HARPOONS by Arthur Rosenfeld
Released: June 15, 1989

A baby theft leads to two gifted West Coast siblings growing up apart, in this failed attempt at black comedy from Rosenfeld (the nonfiction Exotic Animals as Pets, 1987). Read full book review >