From the Back Cover
Written with crisp, precise prose, 3 Women, 4 Towns, and 5 Bodies is astylish and modern take on noir fiction. These stories portray aworld that is glamorous, mysterious, a bit seedy, and thoroughly compelling.Fans of Raymond Chandler and Elmore Leonard will love the sparklingdialogue and dry wit.
MarthaConway, author of The Underground River
If you like your plots hard-boiled, your romances illicit,and your beautiful dames worldly, look no farther than this fast-pacedcollection of gleeful tales of trickery, murder and slow-simmered revenge. Setin lush locations as varied as 1960's NYC, revival tents in 1928 Texas, and amountain village in 1839 Hungary, these fascinating morally ambiguous storieswill be your cup of tea....or glass of champagne.
M. M. DeVoe,author of The Boy Who Loved Trees and founder of Pen Parentis
Townsend Walker's collection of riveting stories reflectsthe imagination of a life well-lived. The characters are well-drawn and asvaried as the plots and places. I enjoyed these stories. They are exciting,fast paced reading.
Jennifer Haupt, bookreviewer for Psychology Today and Spirituality & Health