Thursday, December 20, 2012

The Midwest Book Review has reviewed SPIDERS AND FLIES, with reviewer Stephen Upjohn saying some complimentary things about it:

“A handful of eccentric characters are drawn together in an ever-tightening plot towards an unnerving denouement. Set primarily on the island of Martinique, Spiders and Flies offers us an abundance of richly evocative details of that island. At the same time, it plunges us into the dark inner landscapes of characters pursuing their own pleasures regardless of the consequences. As the story unfolds, the darkness and the beauty mingle, creating a heady reading experience. You won’t forget this book, for the horror evoked by Scott Adlerberg’s fiction has the disturbing ring of truth.”

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