Praise for Who’s Your Caddy?
“Reilly could write about lawn bowling and make it funny, informative, and entertaining. You never know what the next page is going to bring.” —Los Angeles Times
“Good, wacky fun—and the primo Father’s Day gift of the year” - Fortune
Praise for Missing Links
“You don't need to know your bogeys from your birdies to find at least three laughs per page in this novel.”
-The New York Times Book Review
“Part Damon Runyon, part Raymond Chandler, and part Caddyshack...I was hooked for the full 18.”
Praise for Shanks for Nothing
“The most entertaining golf novel not written by Dan Jenkins. This is a must read for any fan of golf—or of good humor.” -Star Telegram
“Showcases the underrated eloquence of male banter…fast-paced, hilarious (and often raunchy) hijinks…Reilly can add another stroke of genius to his scorecard” -Rocky Mountain News
Praise for Slow-Mo
“A splendid comic device whose literal telling of his NBA career says more about pro sports than he could ever know.”-Chicago Tribune
"[An] inspired satire, a laugh-a-minute, sometimes bawdy, over-the-top riff on everyone and everything associated with professional basketball. If you don't find something to laugh at with Slo-Mo!, run out, don't walk, and find a sense of humor." -Denver Post
RICK REILLY has been voted National Sportswriter of the Year ten times. Formerly a senior writer for Sports Illustrated, he now writes a column for ESPN: The Magazine and ESPN.com and appears on the TV network. He is also the New York Times bestselling author of several books, including Who's Your Caddy?