Crime takes the pulse of a culture. It tells us the truth about us as a species.
I’m in pursuit of what cannot be achieved: perfection.
If love would die along with death, this life wouldn’t be so hard.
A dog is like a person—he needs a job and a family to be what he’s meant to be.
Family’ is not just a biological word, it’s an an operative one.
I write everything in Courier 12 because I write for publication, not pleasure.
The worst place to be is in the middle. When elephants fight, the grass gets trampled.
Victimizers of children are the enemies of any so-called society.
If I ever stopped being angry, I couldn’t write anymore. How could I?
The more bullets flying, the less accurate each individual slug has to be.
Without question, I’ve either got to be a writer, or I fail.
The idea that you’re not a writer until you’re published is a lie.
The idea that you are a writer because you’re published is also a lie.
People are pushing against the fabric of society all the time.
People who don’t have much get ugly about giving up the little they have left.
Stealing to eat ain’t criminal—stealing to be rich is.