Books by Thomas D. Davis

CONSUMING FIRE by Thomas D. Davis
Released: Sept. 17, 1996

"But readers who aren't afraid to burrow deep into Dave and the others will find that no genre writer but P.D. James takes death more seriously."
Another bout of empathetic misery for the most depressive detective in contemporary fiction. Read full book review >
MURDERED SLEEP by Thomas D. Davis
Released: March 1, 1994

"Davis gets deeper into the soul of his detective than you may want to follow: the outbursts of male hysteria are almost oppressively powerful, making the bond between Dave and Becky painfully vivid."
Still grieving for his dead wife and daughter, San Jose p.i. Read full book review >
SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN by Thomas D. Davis
Released: Nov. 22, 1991

"Simple, stark, and dramatically effective."
Davis's debut novel is a morality play about despair and faith wrapped around the story of a kidnapping. Read full book review >