Enemy Action: “A gripping tale of murder and mayhem in wartime London... Detective Inspector John Jago is a delight – a refreshingly faithful depiction of a 1940 police detective.”
Enemy Action: “Mike Hollow treads the malodorous and wrecked alleyways of the wartime East End and its criminals, pacifists, and blitzed locals with such a sure foot and sharp eye that it’s as though he himself inhabits the streets.”
Enemy Action: “The Blitz Detective series is a winner… Enemy Action is starkly realistic and not to be missed.”
Fifth Column: “An atmosphere of intrigue and deception permeates this story. With great skill Mike Hollow digs into the rubble of wartime London and shows us a world of danger and conspiracy.”
Fifth Column: “Captures the wartime world of danger, conspiracy, intrigue and deception quite brilliantly, and its unfashionable setting makes it all the more believable… A cleverly woven, intricately detailed mystery.”
Direct Hit: "I started reading Direct Hit and couldn't stop. Mike Hollow wonderfully evokes the events and atmosphere of wartime London... with a rich cast of characters. I enjoyed the book immensely."
Direct Hit: "Compelling, with a twist of nostalgia for a lost London... Law and order amid bombs, spivs, and fish and chips. Jago is to cups of tea what Jack Reacher is to coffee."