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- John Lescroart in San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco is a 'small' big city,says Lescroart, "and the unique and close-fitting interconnectedness between disparate elements lends both urgency and a sense of microcosm, where a crime can be seen to unbalance the entire cosmos - a...
- Margaret Drabble in Washington Post
She appeared to have dressed herself as a mermaid,Drabble begins, "in silver sequined scales. Her bodice was close-fitting, and the metallic skirt clung to her solid hips before it flared out below the knees, concealing what might once...
- Richard Wagner in New York Times
The bodice will have a high collar,Wagner writes, "with a lace jabot and ribbons; close-fitting sleeves; the dress trimmed with puffed flounces."