"Theo Gangi's first novel Bang Bang is a classic extreme thriller, with some surprising literary subtleties, and a level of Escherian interlocking that would make Tarantino's head spin." --Madison Smartt Bell
"Gritty and gripping, full of tense moments and sharp prose, Bang Bang is a debut worthy of attention. With the ear of a poet, the insight of a psychologist, and the attitude of a true New Yorker, Theo Gangi brings empathy and pathos to every gangsterfied page." --Adam Mansbach, New York Times bestselling author
“Exciting and gritty debut thriller.” --Publishers Weekly
“Theo Gangi’s “Eddy May” is a seemingly straightforward story about a pair of con artists that turns out to be not straightforward at all; in an anthology full of plot twists, Gangi’s definitely out twists them all.” --Booklist, starred review.
“Of the newcomers, Theo Gangi's "Eddy May" is the most impressive. It is an account of a shake-down of a shake-down; a double-crossing that is surprisingly moral and one that is hinted at throughout, but whose core can only really be divined once the author approaches the dénouement.” --The Independent (UK)