Eclectica Book Reviews


Off the Deep End: Travels in Forgotten Frontiers -- Tony Perottet
"Tony Perrottet may have a green card (and getting it certainly required him to venture into frontier territory) but he is definitely not a New Yorker. In fact, when East Village weirdness suddenly starts to seem normal he knows he must get away."
Review by Ann Skea


Cain -- James Byron Huggins
"Cain is a roller coaster ride that never seems to end, only becoming more entertaining as each fantastic page is turned."
Review by Harriet Klausner

Double Dead -- Gary Hardwick
"... what makes Gary Hardwick's novel a notch above the typical fare is his portrayal of the social classes in Detroit"
Review by Harriet Klausner

State of Mind -- John Katzenbach
"John Katzenbach writes a refreshing serial killer thriller that has two new twists in what has become a hackneyed sub-genre."
Review by Harriet Klausner

Troubled Waters -- Carolyn Wheat
"Troubled Waters is a great legal thriller that provides a reader with a solid look at the idealistic sixties, especially the motives of the radical participants and the uglier aspects of the eighties sanctuary movement."
Review by Harriet Klausner

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