VOYA - April 1, 2015
"Simple vocabulary, a relatable male character, and a fast-paced plot line that hooks the reader immediately...Ideal for adults who have difficulty reading or for anyone who simply enjoys a quick read with nonstop action and adventure...Those who work with high school-aged English language learners may find titles in this series useful recommendations as well."
CM Magazine - January 30, 2015
"Harvey has created a believable character in Frank Ryan. The circumstances that he finds himself in become very complicated very quickly. As an unlikely detective, Ryan escapes his attacker and manages to outsmart everyone, even the detectives. Rather than create a simple plot, Harvey writes a story that has many twists and turns. Beethoven's Tenth is not a simple story, but a page-turner that requires close attention to detail. A quick read."
Clara, LibraryThing Early Reviewer - January 23, 2015
"A tiny paperback with a surprisingly appealing content. A mystery with a fabulous, fresh sense of humor...There is a certain charm in a self-deprecating, a little goofy, but definitely smart and decent protagonist. I shall certainly look forward to the next Frank Ryan mystery."
Kirkus Reviews - January 15, 2015
"The perfect gift for mystery fans."
Escape from the ER blog - January 15, 2015
"An entertaining novella featuring an unlikely hero...It's amazing how much is packed into this slim volume. It's told in first person and Frank is a charming narrator. His chatty and humorous voice will have you laughing and cringing, often at the same time, as he relates his story. The characters are well developed and distinct. It's an easy, fast-paced read with a couple of nice little twists I didn't see coming."