Polis Books

Jason Starr

Jason Starr is the internationally bestselling author of many crime novels and thrillers and his books have been published in over a dozen languages. He has also co-written several novels with Ken Bruen for Hard Case Crime and his work in comics for Marvel, D.C, Vertigo, and Boom! Studios has featured Wolverine, The Punisher, Batman, Doc Savage, The Avenger, Ant-Man and The Sandman. Many of his books are in development for film and TV.

Starr's bestselling crime novels include Nothing Personal, Hard Feelings, Tough Luck, Twisted City, Lights Out, The Follower, Panic Attack, and his latest novel, Savage Lane, which will all be available from Polis Books.

He is one of only several authors who have won the Anthony Award for mystery fiction multiple times. He was born in Brooklyn and lives in Manhattan. Visit him at www.JasonStarr.com and follow him on Twitter at @JasonStarrBooks.

Panic Attack

"This is the ultimate page-turner---a thriller that brilliantly blends psychological and physical suspense. It's rare that you get either one in a book, but Jason Starr delivers them both in spades." -Michael Connelly

Nothing Personal

This should be popular with fans of Patricia Highsmith or anyone who enjoys dark studies of the human character." -Library Journal

Lights Out

"Lights Out has the New York sound, the energy, dialogue that's on the beat…. Read it and you'll go hunting for Jason Starr's other books, I promise."--Elmore Leonard

Tough Luck

"An unsettling read, but hard to put down." -Booklist

Hard Feelings

"A terrific--and terrifying--book." -Otto Penzler

Savage Lane

“Savage Lane is a wickedly smart and twisted look at suburbia - a tense thriller and searing satire.” —Don Winslow, New York Times bestselling author of The Cartel

The Follower

"Everyone who's ever gone out on a date should read this book--before they date again. It's been years since a thriller grabbed me the way The Follower did." -Joseph Finder, New York Times bestselling author of The Fixer

Twisted City

"An heir of the bleakly noir mantle of Jim Thompson." -Publishers Weekly