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Superlatives are often loosely thrown around when it comes to appraising a novel. In the case of THE ONE MAN by Andrew Gross, all the superlatives that occur to me are more than well deserved. Haunting. Suspenseful. Gripping. Soulful. Thoughtful. So thoughtful. A must read. I really didn’t want to put it down. Even when […]

Words are a writer’s best friend. Perhaps an example will help. Frank was a writer. Sally was not. However, she did read a lot. They lived in the same senior citizens home for years. Sally was a widow. Frank was a widower. They spent a lot of time together. Increasingly, their friends began encouraging them […]

A good novel begins with a good title. THE VERITAS DECEPTION by Lynne Constantine is no exception. Both the title and the story are terrific. So intricate. And so . . . deceptive! THE VERITAS DECEPTION. Yes, isn’t the truth often . . . deceptive. I tend to read thrillers that take place in the […]