Books by J. Madison Davis

AND THE ANGELS SING by J. Madison Davis
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 1996

"Best to treat Davis's fifth novel (Red Knight, 1992, etc.) as a fabulously sooty tapestry of wartime nostalgia with its sour hero and multiple felonies as a bonus."
Eighteen months ago, in the world before Pearl Harbor, Carl Carlson was reaching for the brass ring. Read full book review >
RED KNIGHT by J. Madison Davis
Released: July 1, 1992

"Davis's formidable writing skills show up in the scenes of southern suburban sprawl, but there are no real surprises here."
Oddly coupled private investigators Delbert ``Dub'' Greenert and his black girlfriend Vonna, last seen in Davis's White Rook (1990), sort out the kidnapping of an old-line liberal New Orleans attorney. Read full book review >
BLOODY MARKO by J. Madison Davis
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 28, 1991

"Rattles in the brain for weeks."
The history of a war criminal is revealed in reverse, beginning with his trial in today's disintegrating Yugoslavia and ending with the Austrian invasion of his childhood village. Read full book review >