Books by Robert M. Eversz

ZERO TO THE BONE by Robert M. Eversz
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 7, 2006

"Nina's addictive escapades (Digging James Dean, 2005, etc.) grow in depth and complexity, with mystery on the side."
Trouble and murder again dog tabloid paparazza Nina Zero, jeopardizing her affair with a hot cop. Read full book review >
DIGGING JAMES DEAN by Robert M. Eversz
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 1, 2005

"Eversz gives Nina engaging depth, though the dense prose and grim story may turn off some readers."
In the course of helping a teenaged waif, a tabloid paparazza unearths a creepy cult. Read full book review >
BURNING GARBO by Robert M. Eversz
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 1, 2003

"Despite the fireworks, bad-girl Nina's third adventure is her most conventional whodunit. Expect her to be raising a family and baking cookies next time."
Paparazza Nina Zero's just trying to do her job, but people keep dying practically right under her lens. Read full book review >
KILLING PAPARAZZI by Robert M. Eversz
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Jan. 14, 2002

"Eversz may have pinned Nina down in the noir part of LA and given her heart to her abusive daddy, but if she moved to Trenton, she and Stephanie Plum would be the two most adorably dangerous gals in town."
When photographer Nina Zero, who accidentally killed a couple of guys and totaled one wing of LAX in Shooting Elvis (1996), is paroled after five years, the first thing she does is reinsert her earrings and nose stud. Read full book review >
GYPSY HEARTS by Robert M. Eversz
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 1, 1997

"Smart-alecky, frequently hilarious storytelling, with brainy send-ups of vampiric Europeans and idiotic Americans on the dark side of the post-Cold War Grand Tour."
Breezy, laugh-out-loud school-of-Westlake caper with plenty of nasty, nihilistic twists, the best yet from screenwriter and crime novelist Eversz (Shooting Elvis, 1996, etc.). Read full book review >
SHOOTING ELVIS by Robert M. Eversz
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 1, 1996

"Eversz (False Profit, 1990, etc.) whips up a candy-colored terrorist parfait in which the copious blood might as well be strawberry sauce."
Nice Mary Alice Baker gets involved with all sorts of nasty terrorists in this Saturday-matinee serial for the '90s. Read full book review >