“In The Ambulance Chaser, readers meet Jason Feldman, a morally compromised attorney who finds himself embroiled in a dangerous plot that is way above his pay grade. Divorced from his DA wife, estranged from his son, hobbled by addictions, and stuck in a lonely life with his cat and a chiropractor girlfriend who is his only source of clients, Feldman still draws us in with his humanity and desire—no matter how thin—to finally get things right. With the sudden appearance of a long-lost friend and a long-disappeared dead body, Feldman’s long-held secrets threaten his very life as he is drawn into a terrifying cat-and-mouse game with sinister players. A not-to-be-missed, twisty, fast-paced legal thriller that keeps the reader guessing on subjects as fascinating as the Odessa Mafia and illicit trysts on a Pittsburgh incline. I, for one, hope to see more from debut novelist, Brian Cuban, in the future.”
– Deborah Goodrich Royce, author of "Finding Mrs. Ford" and "Ruby Falls"
“A sharp, smart legal thriller that delves into worlds lurking below the surface of the legal profession. Pulling you in from the start, Jason Feldman's story comes with high stakes. Between the addictions he battles and the life-or-death mystery he’s pulled into, it's impossible to put this book down. Brian Cuban has given us an utterly compelling character we can root for throughout.”
– Lisa Smith, author of "A Girl Walks Out of a Bar"
“Intense Storytelling, Vulnerable Characters, Roller Coaster Pacing!”
– Bonnie Hearn Hill, author of "The River Below"
“A fantastic edge of your seat page turner. Brian crushes it again.”
– Mark Cuban, billionaire entrepreneur, owner of the Dallas Mavericks
"The novel takes place against the backdrop of the Steel City. Its main character, Jason Feldman, is a drug addict and Jewish personal injury lawyer. Jewish cultural references and Yiddish words are sprinkled throughout the fast-paced thriller."
– Jewish Chronicle
"A morbid dream planted the seed for what would become Brian Cuban’s debut novel.
The 60-year-old Dallas resident and Mt. Lebanon native — who, yes, is the brother of billionaire Mark Cuban — was having a recurring dream about throwing dead bodies onto a bonfire at the site of an old general store in his hometown. He would wake up “scared s***less” and wondering when the police would be coming for him."
– The Post-Gazette
"If I had to describe the book in one word, I would say spellbinding."
– Susan Kandell Wilkofsky, Texas Jewish Post