“I’ve been keeping up with Scudder’s career for a frighteningly long time. I hadn’t, however, read all the short stories about Scudder. Until recently, that is. Now the stories have been collected in the e-book you see pictured here, and it’s only $2.99, making it the one of the biggest bargains you’ll ever find.

“As I said, I hadn’t read all the Scudder stories, but I’d read several of them, including the Edgar-award-winning “By the Dawn’s Early Light” and the Shamus-winning “The Merciful Angel of Death,” but some of the other things included here were hard to come by even for die-hard fans. And Block’s included a never-before-published story titled “One Last Night at Grogan’s” that’s guaranteed to make fans of the series a little misty-eyed.

“There’s also Block’s “Afterword,” an invaluable discussion of how the stories came to be written, plus an introduction and appreciation by Brian Koppelman. Put it all together and you have an irresistible collection. You’ll want this one for sure. Trust me.”

Read the full review at Bill Crider’s Pop Culture Magazine