The first novel in an exciting multi-book contract with Minotaur Books is on the way.
Forget everything you thought you knew about the crime thriller and get ready for City of Windows, the first installment in the Dr. Lucas Page series.
Manhattan is buried by the worst blizzard to hit the island in a century and everything stops dead. But it is neither the lunar temperatures nor the six feet of snow blanketing the concrete ecosystem that is paralyzing the city—it is the master sniper trophy-hunting the citizens.
University professor and reluctant former-FBI agent Dr. Lucas Page appears to be the only man able to find the perfect killing machine. But when things go wrong, and his children become targets, he learns that it is impossible to hide from a man with a rifle in a city of windows.
Worldwide - August 6, 2019.
His novel, Bloodman, was called "...a remarkable debut..." by Booklist, and "...a relentless, driving masterpiece..." by Suspense Magazine. It was chosen By O - The Oprah Magazine - for their summer 2012 reading list.
There are no gimmicks. No sleight of hand. The magic is real.
"Look out Stephen King: 'Rex' is coming."
- Graffiti Magazine
"Pobi is a magician with words."
- Suspense Magazine
Les Innocents, maintenant disponible chez votre libraire préféré.
Published in Canada by Simon & Schuster - Harvest is available wherever fine books are sold - (published as American Woman in the United States and River of the Dead in the United Kingdom).
What the critics say about Harvest:
"So gripping the reader feels metaphorical hands around his throat. [Harvest] builds to a bloody, heart-stopping confrontation...If ever a suspense thirller deserves five stars, [Harvest] does."
- New York Journal of Books
“The plotting here is airtight, but, above all, the novel delivers a frightening, Nietzschean horror show composed of equal parts hubris and unintended consequences. Fair warning: expect to sleep with the lights on after you turn the final page."
“Cold-blooded, sadistic serial killings plague New York City’s Upper East Side in this gripping standalone from Pobi … [readers] will be spellbound.”
- Publishers Weekly