Books by Jenny Siler

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: May 1, 2009

"Self-regarding but revealing."
Intimate memoir of the criminal underground from an atypically blue-collar art thief. Read full book review >
FLASHBACK by Jenny Siler
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 4, 2004

"A refreshing but too-brief turn on the international thriller—with better prose, but no more credibility than Ludlum."
Siler's fourth tries for Robert Ludlum intrigue and almost beats the plot twister at his own game. Read full book review >
SHOT by Jenny Siler
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 3, 2002

"Aside from a credibility-challenging hostage scene at the end, Siler hits her marks with quick, fast takes packed with telling clues and sharp details."
Siler (Iced, 2001, etc.) introduces another tough but tender protagonist, this one determined to uncover the truth behind her spouse's death. Read full book review >
ICED by Jenny Siler
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Jan. 11, 2001

"Tightly plotted, thoroughly enjoyable, angst-filled: a tough-gal follow-up to Siler's excellent Easy Money (1999)."
A smart, sexy repo-lady battles Russian hoods, a nasty hit-girl, and her dysfunctional family's uncertain past in what should be the first in a bang-up series. Read full book review >
EASY MONEY by Jenny Siler
Released: Jan. 1, 1999

"A bumpy, bloody road trip into a dark past and darker present from a writer who may have what it takes to become a genre star."
Breezy, cooly violent action debut featuring a two-fisted, pistol-packing tough gal courier chased by bad guys across a shattered, washed-up-and-left-for-dead American heartland. Read full book review >