Books by Jon Steele

THE WAY OF SORROWS by Jon Steele
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 4, 2015

"Never mind the logical improbabilities: it's a Dan Brown knockoff, to be sure, but Steele's story has its escapist virtues."
Looping? A local? And what of us born of light and not of flesh? Steele (Angel City, 2013, etc.) wraps up his Swiss missive with a suitably apocalyptic bye-bye. Read full book review >
ANGEL CITY by Jon Steele
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 4, 2013

"If you read only one supernatural thriller with Albigensian overtones this year, this ought to be it."
What if they gave an apocalypse and everybody came? Read full book review >
THE WATCHERS by Jon Steele
Released: June 1, 2012

"Still, there's plenty of diabolical fun to be had here, with 'I see dead people' happily rejoined by 'But I wouldn't call her dead, not really.'"
If Quasimodo had a love child with Holly Golightly, well, readers of this unchallenging but not unpleasant thriller wouldn't be a bit surprised. Read full book review >