Author’s on the Air Host Pam Stack interviews Michael about Rose City:

Crime Fiction Lover reviews Texas Two-Step:

Pool is light on description, and he writes good dialog that is often quite funny. The banter between Kirkpatrick and the two police officers helping him – including an attractive, but fed up deputy who works for Sheriff Gables – contains a lot of good humour, and before the dance is done, they are going to need it.

Texas Two-Step

Unlawful Acts reviews Texas Two-Step:

 Texas Two-Step might not be the perfect novel, but damn it is better than most.

Texas Two-Step by Michael Pool

Kevin’s Corner reviews Texas Two-Step:

Texas Two-Step is an intense read that works on every level. Highly recommended.

Lone Star Lineup reviews Texas Two-Step:

To me it felt sort of like a mixture of Joe Lansdale, Ben Rehder and a Hank III song. .. Pool’s Texas game is strong.

Out of the Gutter reviews Texas Two-Step:

This book is a hell of a ride and will have you excited about, not only the ending of this book, but the future of Pool. He is poised to make some noise in the noir landscape. I am going all-in on Pool…

Randee Green reviews Texas Two-Step:

 At times it reminded me of Carl Hiaasen and Tim Dorsey… The descriptions were very vivid, and Pool brought East Texas to life on the page.


Media for Debt Crusher

DC V6 (1)Out of the Gutter reviews Debt Crusher:


Interviews and other press

O80XKDnmAuthors on the Air Host Pam Stack interviews Michael:


O80XKDnmMichael hosts the first-ever Noir on the Radio Podcast–flash-fiction-throw-down–live


12391360_310339535973198_1572774284602376076_n S.W. Lauden interviews Michael for Bad Citizen Corporation:

   Dietrich Kalteis and Sam Wiebe interview Michael about Crime Syndicate Magazine: