Books by Thomas J. Keevers

Released: May 1, 2010

"The frame is skimpy, and the book's moral vision can be schematic, but this is a subtly observed, beautifully written, structurally complex novel—an impressive follow-up to Small Island. "
The fifth novel by Levy—whose Small Island won Britain's Orange Prize and was Whitbread Book of the Year—is set in 19th-century Jamaica and covers the last years of slavery and its long, miserable aftermath. Read full book review >
THE CHAINSAW BALLET by Thomas J. Keevers
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 19, 2007

"What stands out is the emphasis on sacrificial redemption dramatized by the figures of two ex-priests and Mike's dogged sense that 'this was real life, not some cheap detective story.'"
Sex, slavery and chainsaws in a Chicago more depraved than Al Capone's. Read full book review >
THE CHAINSAW BALLET by Thomas J. Keevers
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 19, 2007

"What stands out is the emphasis on sacrificial redemption dramatized by the figures of two ex-priests and Mike's dogged sense that 'this was real life, not some cheap detective story.'"
Sex, slavery and chainsaws in a Chicago more depraved than Al Capone's. Read full book review >