In Zachary Klein's follow up to Still Among the Living, a New York Times Notable book, Boston P.I. Matt Jacob faces demons from his past as well as a psychopath bent on killing him when he investigates two ominously similar deaths occurring twenty years apart in a rundown Boston neighborhood called The End.
Praise for Two Way Toll:
"Entertaining…Matt Jacob comes across as a heartfelt creation…A refreshing character in a genre rife with male posturing and two dimensional psychology." --The New York Times
"A crackerjack detective. And an original and compelling fictional character." --Boston Globe
"[A] real payoff…The return of Matt’s whole entourage guarantees pleasure for fans of Klein’s first [novel]…" --Kirkus Reviews
"Klein returns with another compelling tale featuring private detective Matt Jacob, whose perennial angst and incessant drug use turn simple acts into complex feats." --Publishers Weekly