A rambunctious, deadly funny novel that goes right for the mark - the human heart
on Bright Lights, Big City
McInerney has proven himself not only a brilliant stylist but a master of characterization, with a keen eye for incongruities of urban life
The New York Times Book Review on Story of My Life
His stories are reminiscent of those of F. Scott Fitzgerald, John O’Hara, and Irwin Shaw . . . A very compelling collection.
Booklist Starred Review on How It Ended (Stories)
McInerney’s tale is an astute examination of the ebbs and flows of a marriage in tumultuous times (...).
on Bright, Precious Days