Books by Steve Ulfelder

SHOTGUN LULLABY by Steve Ulfelder
Released: May 14, 2013

"As dark, soulful and violent as the title would suggest. There's a real lullaby and some real shotguns."
Auto mechanic Conway Sax's inconsistent attempts to help a hard-used, hard-using kid, who reminds him of his estranged son, leads to disaster for both him and the kid and for a lot of other citizens of Framingham, Mass., as well. Read full book review >
THE WHOLE LIE by Steve Ulfelder
Released: May 8, 2012

"In his second appearance, Conway, as engaging as he was in his debut (Purgatory Chasm, 2011), is undercut by a story that never quite jells."
Conway Sax never had it so good, which means, of course, that it's only temporary. Read full book review >
PURGATORY CHASM by Steve Ulfelder
Released: May 10, 2011

"The protagonist is so strong, engaging and fully realized that he dwarfs the surrounding cast. Still, a promising debut."
Fathers and sons, American style. Read full book review >