Selected reviews of works by Peter Quinn


Mysteries: The Long Shadow Of Battle

By Tom Nolan

Fintan Dunne, OSS agent, is a World War I veteran and a former New York City cop. When we meet him in the opening section of Peter Quinn's intelligent and exciting historical thriller "Dry Bones" (Overlook Duckworth, 352 pages, $25.95), he's on what he hopes will be his final behind-the-lines mission in 1945 Slovakia. Dunne was once an altar boy, so he can't help but offer up an occasional Latin prayer for good luck. But he also knows: "Luck is fate's knuckleball. It has a will of its own."

From: The Wall Street Journal
Date: November 1, 2013


Peter Quinn's new book Dry Bones asks hard questions

by Cahir O'Doherty

From: Irish Central
Date: November 7, 2013



Dry Bones reviewed on New World Review

by M. J. Moore

From: New World Review
Date: December 8, 2013


Peter Quinn: an About Town

by Joseph Goodrich.

From: Mystery Scene
Date: Number 132, 2013


Hard-boiled Valentine

By Lauretta O'Connor's

From: Commonweal
Date: March 11, 2011


Review: The Man Who Never Returned

By Matthew Battles

From: Barnes & Noble
Date: August 5, 2010