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March 29, 2007

Theodore Feit at Spinetingler Magazine has a great review of THE CLEANUP by Sean Doolittle.

"The plot evolves in all kinds of unexpected twists and turns. At each step of the way, it looks like Matt is going to be discovered. But each time he develops a new subterfuge, half-truth, fact or excuse. The action continues unabated right down to the final page, and so should you. Recommended."

In new books, Jo Barrett's debut novel is out in stores this week. THE MEN'S GUIDE TO THE WOMEN'S BATHROOM is a whimsical, behind-the-scenes look at life in women's bathrooms through the eyes of Claire St. John, a divorced 30-something professional who has given up her high-profile New York legal career to return home to Austin, Texas. There she finds the inspiration to write the ultimate guidebook on what goes on behind the door marked “Women,” while trying to right the course of her own personal life.

The book has been optioned by CBS and Paramount Studios, with actor Hugh Jackman's production company, Seed Productions, attached to produce. Mr. Jackman called THE MEN'S GUIDE "a great read and a great laugh."

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