Lost and Found in Harlem: A Ross Agency Mystery
"Rook is a modern, hard-boiled antihero; as the story carries on, he demonstrates ability, humility, decency, and respect and concern for Harlem and its inhabitants..."
"From the spot-on noirish ambiance to the spare yet colorful prose, Lost and Found in Harlem is a fine mystery and the first in a series that will likely leave readers wanting more. IR Starred Rating 4.7 out of 5."
Practice the Jealous Arts: Two Ross Agency Mysteries
"The writing style is unique, the characters are interesting and varied, and the mysteries themselves are very well-executed, with more focus on moral quandaries than simply piecing together clues..."
"Mystery novelist Delia C. Pitts is masterful at building character, setting, tension, and plot twists and Practice the Jealous Arts is a masterful sequel to the first book in her Ross Agency series. IR rating 5 out of 5"
Black and Blue in Harlem
"Pitts seems to care intensely about her characters, making their troubles and triumphs feel surprisingly poignant. It is this humanity at the core of her novel that provides a spark of hope in a cold-hearted neighborhood of the poor, desperate and disfranchised."
IR starred 5 out of 5.