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A beautiful few words from reader Frank Edler:

“These are fairly short bursts of that unique domestic fiction that Ross not only has a penchant for writing but also executes to a level that could earn him the moniker of ‘Father of Domestic Fiction’. If another writer tells stories quite like this, I do know know of him or her…Once again I walk away from another of Caleb J. Ross’ work with an uneasy feeling. ..The author is brilliant at looking at a tender moment and peeling away the layers to reveal the disturbing grotesque. We connect with it because under all our facades lies a bit of that same ugliness to some degree or another.

I must now venture forth into his longer works, STRANGER WILL and I DIDN’T MEAN TO BE KEVIN….I can not wait to have my emotions unsettled a little bit more.”

Read the full review here.