Books by Thomas Sanchez

AMERICAN TROPIC by Thomas Sanchez
Released: Jan. 15, 2013

"Even as a spoof, which is how it reads, this lurid work is less than entertaining."
A Southern gothic with a pro-environment veneer. Read full book review >
KING BONGO by Thomas Sanchez
Released: May 2, 2003

"Florid, not quite Chandler."
Straightforward noir against the backdrop of pre-Revolution Cuba. Read full book review >
DAY OF THE BEES by Thomas Sanchez
Released: May 1, 2000

"On balance, though, too far over the top to persuade us of its (supposedly) larger-than-life characters' reality. `Love is always a mutilation of the self,` Zermano intones at one particularly emotional moment. In this novel, it's also a noisy, grandiose distraction."
An intense but ultimately disappointing fourth novel from Sanchez (Mile Zero, 1989, etc.), this time about a passionate love that long outlasts WWII, which separates a famed Spanish artist from his French mistress. Read full book review >