Penzler Pick, October 2001: The mystery novels of Peter Robinson (Aftermath is his 12th) are of increasing power and intensified intelligence. It's a dirty little secret of the crime-fiction genre that many of its writers simply spin their wheels, repeating over and over those old tricks which always have worked for them. They coast on past successes and repeat the formula hoping, if not assuming, that their fans won't notice.
Standard police thriller, July 2, 2003 Reviewer: A reader from NJ I found this book exciting and readable but never thought that I was reading more than an average serial killer story. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition