I truly enjoyed Hell’s Gate. My kind of book. Bill Schutt and J.R. Finch are two of the best adventure writers to come along in a long time. They blend action and science into a read that opens the door to much, much more.

Clive Cussler on Hell’s Gate

Working within chilling scientific plausibility, this two-fisted jungle adventure swerves unexpectedly down a path of heart-pounding horror. What emerges from the darkness will haunt you long after you put the book down.

James Cameron on Hell’s Gate

I was totally absorbed by this thoroughly charming and scientifically accurate account.

E. O. Wilson on Dark Banquet

…masterful and compulsively readable…

Ian Tattersall on Cannibalism

Schutt is a biology professor with a rare gift for making biology dramatic. His accounts… are hair-raising… gripping and often disturbing.

The Times of London on Eat Me

Hell’s Gate has everything I love in a book: rip-roaring action, strange-but-authentic science, and characters that pop right off the page. An adventure that harkens to the glory days of H. Rider Haggard and H.G. Wells. Warning: Do NOT miss this debut!

James Rollins on Hell’s Gate

“…one fascinating and bizarre example after another… a jolly book, written in a breezy style, but the research behind it is impressive… Cannibalism restores my faith in humanity.”

The New York Times on Cannibalism

This one pushes the envelope to the edge and beyond, with tension and imagination that crackles from the first page. A terrific story, terrifically told.

Steve Berry on Hell’s Gate