With MIDNIGHT SLEEPER, author Raeder Lomax recreates the Jazz Age with style and class, while also writing a tense thriller that is more than worth the read.

  • drvanda

    This sounds good. I’m going to check it out. Love the cover.

  • Bill Pickett

    How could a lynching of a black man in Mississippi lead to a privileged young lady staying in the tony Biltmore hotel in New York City and the profound statement in the end, looking back, “Seems us is all mixed up together”? Yes, Midnight Sleeper captures the Jazz Age well, and it is certainly a thriller. You may add to those commendations great character development that is so skillful you’ll find yourself feeling that you must have known these people before you ever read the book—and longing to read more about them.