Great Reviews Make Us Happy

The Terror Factory received a starred review in the 10/15 issue of Publishers Weekly.

“Compelling, shocking, and gritty with intrigue.”

Outerborough Blues received probably the greatest review ever in the history of reviewing in the fall issue of Mystery Scene Magazine:

“Outerborough Blues is as close to perfect as it gets. If you don’t read this, you’ll be missing one of the finest books to come around in a long, long time.”

The Care and Feeding of Exotic Pets received a nice review in the 10/1 issue of Booklist. The review is not available online, but here is a little taste:

“Told from multiple points of view—everybody but the iguana is represented—the novel is a darkly humorous and occasionally violent exercise in suspense, and a dramatic exposition of the Stockholm syndrome. Wagman does a nice job of lending her characters psychological depth and creating a fast-paced, readable plot.”