Strangers' Gate by Tom Casey
Reviewed by Anna Godbersen
"A woman enters with no more fuss than a "brisk knocking at the door," and it won't be long until she asks our protagonist to do something dangerous; that is the kind of novel Tom Casey conjures with Stranger's Gate. There will be more women, and more dangerous favors to come, for our protagonist is Jason Walker, a pilot, a pleasure seeker, and a risk taker with a decent streak. After an amiable but depressing divorce, which follows but is not entirely caused by an affair with gorgeous blonde Charlotte Lansing, Jason trades New York for St. Croix, and his job as a dot-com executive for a gig..." Read the entire Esquire Review.