“World Enough” in the Boston Globe

NEW ENGLAND LITERARY NEWS | NINA MACLAUGHLIN  A Boston story that rocks  Clea Simon’s new noir, “World Enough,’’ is steeped in the 1980s Boston rock scene, with its sticky-floored clubs, radio stations dusted in coke, stars and hangers-on, seedy barbacks, and all the...

Mutt Cafe on “World Enough”

 “Far above and far apart from the vast quantities of formulaic fare….I cannot praise the novel enough.” Thank you, Mutt Cafe! World Enough October 27, 2017   World EnoughA Boston-based noir mysteryby Clea SimonSevern HouseMystery & ThrillersPub...

Criminal Element on “World Enough”

“a twisted tale of rockers, critics, fans, bouncers, club owners, and groupies—warts and all….” Thomas Pluck writing in Criminal Element FRESH MEAT Review: World Enough by Clea Simon THOMAS PLUCK World Enough is an intriguing, hard-hitting,...

“Gritty and gripping” – Thank you! BOLO Books on World Enough

World Enough – The BOLO Books Review by Kristopher | Oct 31, 2017 | Review | Crime fiction and music have always been inextricably intertwined. Fans of the genre can tell you what their favorite fictional detectives are likely listening to at any given moment –...

“Compelling entertainment…” Thank you, Arts Fuse!

“Compelling entertainment…WORLD ENOUGH recreates the punk era within the framework of a noir whodunit,” says the Arts Fuse. Book Review: “World Enough” — and Punk Time Oct302017 Set in Boston’s rock scene during the ’80s, the mystery World Enough...