Sallie bissell


Mary Crow – Book One “In the Forest of Harm”

“Hair raising…harrowing’.  – Publishers Weekly

“Bissell tightens the screws slowly and expertly…A shrewdly imagined female actioner, tailor-made for audiences who would’ve loved Deliverance if it hadn’t been for all that guy stuff.”     –  Kirkus Reviews

“In the mode of Patricia Cornwell…Bissell masterfully drive the plot with gut-wrenching suspense.” – Asheville Citizen-Times

Mary Crow – Book Two “A Darker Justice”

“A fast moving story, elegantly told, in which Bissell…weaves a palpitating web of sinuously deadly suspense.” – Los Angles times Book Review

“Bissell’s Mary Crow is one of the most engaging characters in today’s mystery genre.” – Tulsa World

“At the end of this book, I felt I had read a masterpiece”.  – Deadly Pleasures

Mary Crow – Book Three “Call the Devil by His Oldest Name”

“A deftly written thriller that grips you from beginning to end. Sallie Bissell’s Mary Crow is one of the toughest and sharpest investigators in the genre and is totally captivating. A riveting read with a conclusion that shocked even the most intuitive reader.”Nelson DeMille, New York Times best selling author

“Ties with Michael Connelly’s The Narrows as the best mystery of the year, so far. – Nashville City Paper

“Bissell’s writing and clever didn’t-see-that-coming denoument will keep readers enthralled.” – Publishers Weekly

Mary Crow – Book Four “Legacy of Masks”

“Skillfully interweaves Cherokee lore and human nature at its best and worst.”– Booklist

“Readers will take a few deep breaths…A fascinating mix of Cherokee customs and folklore plays an important role…Sallie Bissell has created a set of characters who are realistic and full-blooded.”– Mystery Scene

An amazing adventure…Fans of rich mystery will enjoy this book, as will anyone interested in the complexities of humanity.” – Fresh Fiction

Mary Crow – Book Five “Music of Ghosts”

“Bissell’s fifth Mary Crow novel is an eerie tale that skillfully weaves folklore, Cherokee tradition and familial angst.”– RT Book Review

Mary Crow – Book Six “Deadliest of Sins”

“A smart and well-paced mystery with a gutsy protagonist and a touch of romance.”– Kirkus Reviews