"Doyon's writing is colorful and confident, in the way of John Irving and Richard Russo, and she is able to balance both the tragic and the comical with deft insight...'The Greatest Man in Cedar Hole' aspires to be nothing more than a great tale, and in this it succeeds, but Doyon's sensitivity to all of her characters, honest or deceitful, gives this classic story of rivalry enough texture to make it memorable.
...It's a testament to Doyon's talent that this tale of small-town rivalry and earnestness never hits a false note. Instead, it rings oddly true from start to finish."
Causes Stephanie Doyon Supports
Accelerated Cure Project