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Review from Daniel Sullivan

Review dated  September 8, 2004 To get right to the point, I feel that your most recent book “Life Could Be a Dream, Sweetheart” was sensational. I am a slow reader, but I got through it in a matter of hours because I simply could not put it down.

Review from Arthur Wood

I just finished Got no, Secrets to Conceal.  I liked it, especially the twist at the end….  I loved how you captured how obsessive one can get when newly in (forbidden) love, and I did have to put the book down occasionally because of Jack’s cringe-worthy actions. The suspense of waiting for him to be … Continue reading Review from Arthur Wood

Review from Pat O’Brien

You must have been saving the sexy stuff from your previous books to put it all into Got No Secrets to Conceal.  However, that being said, it’s interesting to read a story about a middle aged person so hung up on a sexual relationship. You did a masterful job in carrying off the various adventures … Continue reading Review from Pat O’Brien

Review from Lucinda Sisson

I finished reading Got No Secrets to Conceal last night.  I was slow to get to sleep after.  The ending really did me in.  I was struck by how Jack would check the surf before he suited up, but never did an analytical on Renata before diving in.  It kind of felt to me like … Continue reading Review from Lucinda Sisson

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In the News: Article by Wallace Baine from The Santa Cruz Sentinel

“Yes, the Surf City Barber Shop and Social Club is, as advertised, a place to go for a haircut. But it’s also a kind of literary salon devoted to one particular writer.”

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Review from Susan Snyder

Hi Jerome, Just finished your book Oh, Hard Tuesday and wanted to tell you it was quick and fun to read.  I particularly enjoyed reading all the local names of places, businesses and familiar vibes—the story you wove through them made for an interesting afternoon escape. By the way, the other books I read were Antoine Farot … Continue reading Review from Susan Snyder

Review from Lucinda Sisson

Jerome Arthur, I so enjoyed my read of Oh, Hard Tuesday.  A surprising twist indeed.  :)  In many ways….like Karen and Rebecca thinking of moving on to porn, because the sex thing flowed so effortlessly for them. Preppy girls enjoying the trade.  I kind of had sympathy for Routh and Pasty Face ’cause they must … Continue reading Review from Lucinda Sisson

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