Well-told and vivid, July 11, 2012
Reggie Ridgway's debut novel displays an impressive knowledge of medical matters, but it is not off-putting or overly technical. The plot twists and characterizations Ridgway uses are what compel this story forward, and the technical jargon adds verisimilitude. To be sure, In the Midnight Hour is not for the faint of heart, as certain of its imagery and descriptions are, at times, graphic. But if you enjoy a well-plotted thriller with an interesting story and an engaging premise beating at its heart, give it a look! I am looking forward to seeing what Ridgway comes up with next.
Bradlee Frazer Author of The Cure