Books by Ron Faust

SPLIT IMAGE by Ron Faust
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 13, 1997

"The spare, surrealistic mastery of just the right detail makes this Faust's most rewarding thriller since his return to fiction with In the Forest of the Night (1992)."
As if in a dream, a washed-up Chicago playwright sleepwalks into murder, then into taking over the life of the man he killed. Read full book review >
LORD OF THE DARK LAKE by Ron Faust
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 1, 1996

"Memo to the author (Fugitive Moon, 1995, etc.): Stick to overplotted actioners."
Deadly shenanigans on a mad billionaire's private island. Read full book review >
FUGITIVE MOON by Ron Faust
Released: April 1, 1995

"Faust could be criticized for his indifferent plotting, but Ted Moon's outrageous manic tirade is strong medicine: hits hard, but has a tonic effect."
Faust's novels were well-received in the 1970s, but he couldn't find a publisher in the '80s. Read full book review >
WHEN SHE WAS BAD by Ron Faust
Released: April 14, 1994

Indiana Jones meets the Dragon Lady in this knockabout tale of rolling stone Dan Stark and his now-and-then, 20-year adventures with the evil, evil Chantal d`Auberon. Read full book review >
IN THE FOREST OF THE NIGHT by Ron Faust
Released: March 1, 1993

"Snows of Kilimanjaro,'' Faust's study of their violation taps deep into a powerful question: Is there life after melodrama?"
A gaping trapdoor abruptly plunges Dr. and Mrs. Liberal America into a Central American inferno—only to have them emerge with indelible scars in Faust's first novel since The Burning Sky (1978). Read full book review >