A writer of crappy thrillers is punished by having to live inside the novel of an even crappier author.
The seemingly unrelated disappearances of a respected tech executive and an unemployed addict lead to the unraveling of a multi-million-dollar financial conspiracy.
Thoroughly absorbing and completely unpredictable. - Midwest Book Review
A fast-paced, compelling whodunnit with a subtle sense of humour... Freddy is a wonderfully likeable, imperfect protagonist and this book has left me wanting more. - NetGalley
Haunted by the murder of a young woman in the woods, investigator Freddy Ferguson pursues a killer who's playing a bigger, more dangerous game.
The murder mystery driving Kill Romeo is first-rate. So too is the writing... The sum is a novel that is simultaneously entertaining, suspenseful and cathartic. — BestThrillers.com
A thrilling page-turner. Add this to your summer 'must read' list! — Feathered Quill Book Reviews
A brilliant hacker, a stolen fortune, angry thugs, crooked cops, a mysterious beauty, and a dead man communicating from beyond the grave.
[Diamond] gets all the little things right, as well as the big ones, in this riveting novel... A convincing, complex cyberthriller. — Kirkus Reviews
A smart, wholly engrossing cyber crime novel... full of hard-hitting insights that ring true. A must-read for any thriller fan. — BestThrillers.com
Fast-paced, suspenseful, clever, and darkly humorous... highly recommended. — Readers' Favorite
- 2016 Writer's Digest Gold Medal for genre fiction
- 2017 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal - Mystery/Thriller
- Selected by Amazon.com editors as a best mystery/thriller of September 2016
- An IndieReader best of the year mystery (2016)
A tough detective tracks down the last surviving witness to a crime that has captivated the nation—a troubled woman who doesn't want to be found.
A consummate thriller with some of the best characterization you’ll see all year. — Kirkus Reviews (starred review & best of the year selection)
One of the year’s best thrillers. — BestThrillers.com
To Hell with Johnny Manic
A con man on the run, a femme fatale, and a hard-nosed detective cross paths in this twisting old-school noir.
A feverishly readable psychological noir. - Kirkus Reviews
A truly riveting tale of deception, murder and psychological suspense… One of the year’s best thrillers. - BestThrillers.com (Best of the year slection)
The build-up of psychological suspense and the evolution of evil is truly compelling… highly recommended for crime readers who like their stories introspective, brooding, and psychologically astute. – Midwest Book Review
The Friday Cage
Someone new has taken an interest in Claire Chastain. He circles her house when she’s alone, follows her on errands across town and leaves little things disturbingly out of place inside her home. But who is he? And what does he want?
Ingenious and gloriously unpredictable... one of the most compelling and odd private investigators in literature today. - Readers’ Favorite
A deeply psychological crime thriller... Highly recommended. - BestThrillers.com
A compelling saga that moves in satisfyingly unexpected directions, keeping the reader engaged in the evolution of a character who never gives up, on either her pursuit or herself. - Midwest Book Review
The Reisman Case
When a simple case spirals out of control, Claire Chastain becomes the chief suspect of her own investigation.
"A truly original detective thriller that delivers a relentless cadence of mind-blowing revelations. Highly recommended." — BestThrillers.com
Her husband is cheating, his mistress is unstable, and something is definitely wrong with that Warren Lane character. How could a PI screw up such a simple case?
A charming comedy of errors... The plot has enough unexpected surprises to keep things interesting until the very last page, upending all the characters’ lives with mischievous delight. — IndieReader (4.5 stars)
A quirky, intriguing and wholly original read. — Readers’ Favorite
This book is for fans of Elmore Leonard stories and Coen Brother’s movies. — everythingnoir.com
Wake Up, Wanda Wiley
When a romance writer's love life goes down the drain, her own fictional characters step in to save her.
Diamond’s prose is funny and barbed... A well-crafted literary satire with something to say about genre fiction. – Kirkus Reviews
A bright and original rom-com with a cast of really enjoyable characters... Highly recommended read for fans who are tired of the tropes and want something brand new to enjoy. – Readers’ Favorite