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Published Reviews

Dermaphoria
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
"In a way, Dermaphoria is the literary equivalent of the cult film Memento... reminiscent of William Gibson's work, but Clevenger has his own attitude and a...
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The Contortionist's Handbook
USA Today reviews
"Clevenger's talent is revealed in his ability to create a true testament to the resilience of the human spirit."
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The Contortionist's Handbook
Kirkus Reviews reviews
"Immaculately detailed and emotionally explosive: this is rolling, riveting stuff..."
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The Contortionist's Handbook
The Guardian reviews
"A dazzling and highly original debut novel which instantly establishes its author as one of the most interesting writers to emerge in years. This book...
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Edited by Lee Child
Publishers Weekly reviews
"For this impressive crime anthology, bestseller Child (One Shot) has gathered 13 stories by newcomers and three by veterans. Such...
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Edited by Lee Child
Kirkus Reviews reviews
"Three of Child’s contributors—Ken Bruen, Allison Brennan and Duane Swierczynski—are seasoned pros, but the collection’s gems come from the 13...
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Edited by Lee Child
Library Journal reviews
"Why writers who deal with the dark side of human nature are among the most collegial is a mystery in itself. What is not in doubt, though, is the...
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Some Secrets Should Stay Buried
Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind reviews
So we come to the last of the Killer Year debut authors with a book out, and J.T. Ellison makes her mark right away. Taylor Jackson and John Baldwin have a...
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Some Secrets Should Stay Buried
Library Journal reviews
With this debut thriller, Ellison puts her mentoring by Lee Child to good use. A serial killer named the Southern Strangler is making the rounds of several...
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Some Secrets Should Stay Buried
BookPage reviews
Taylor Jackson and Whitney Connolly are two sides of the same coin. While both are beautiful blondes from the wealthy Nashville neighborhood of Belle Meade, the...
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MiPOesias reviews
Andrew Demcak is a polished professional. Though his poems have appeared in many very fine journals, this appears to be his first published collection where the...
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Dallas Morning News reviews
The Girls From Ames is such a brilliantly conceived, unusually composed book that the most sensible place to begin is the beginning: how a male Wall Street Journal...
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Cover - Something Pretty, Something Beautiful
Ivy Bookshop reviews
"[A] disturbing but finely and passionately wrought novel."
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Clover Doves
Amazon.com reviews
If you like romance and the paranormal, you can't go wrong with Clover Doves, a brilliant debut novel that has forever changed my concept of "forever" and "...
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Amazon reviews
***** Great characters, great mystery, August 17, 2013 By LLona Cunningham (Las Vegas, NV United States)Amazon Verified PurchasThis review is from: Capable of...
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Clover Doves
Amazon.com reviews
As I read the first part of Clover Doves, I knew I was reading a very well written story which, I believed, was directed toward the young adult population. Whether...
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www.amazon.co.uk reviews
Loved the way two very different families from very different places blended together in the story. Made you wonder which family really are the richer. Great read...
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The Black Church
Examiner.com reviews
The Black Church is a tightly spun story that leaves little time for the reader to catch his breath once it gets started... I would definitely recommend this...
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Sown in Tears
American Association of Jewish Libraries reviews
This gripping book opens with the scene of a raid on a Jewish village in Czarist Russia as local peasants unleash a torrent of violence against its occupants....
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Undercurrent - No. 9 in the DI Andy Horton Mystery Series
Library Journal reviews
Those seeking an outstanding British police procedural will devour the ninth entry in Rowson’s sea-oriented series (after Death Lies Beneath). Rowson’s plotting...
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