Praise for The Linz Tattoo:

New York Daily News
January 5, 1986
Written with vivid grace and wit.

The Houston Post
January 12, 1986
Actually this unlikely story, set in the late 1940s, makes for a suspenseful and exciting tale.  Christiansen, the assassin-cellist, is believably portrayed as is the supporting case of Jews and Nazis.

The Sault Star
April 19, 1986
It’s a really good book, one that should provide any lover of adventure or pursuit stories with a great deal of enjoyable reading.  Nicholas Guild tells a great story.