The Diviner's Tale Reviews
"[A] solid gothic-infused tale of family secrets...Morrow beautifully evokes Cassandra's inner turmoil..." - Publishers Weekly
"A committed dowser but reluctant psychic is the winsome protagonist of this sixth novel from Morrow, which occupies a middle ground between domestic realism and Gothic suspense...Morrow does a fine job portraying a family whose love transcends sharply conflicting worldviews..." - Kirkus Reviews
"This meditation on childhood trauma is a hybrid: half suspense, half 'literary' fiction. Unfortunately, the mystery is often predictable, but the prose (despite some trying descriptions of foliage and birds) supersedes the plot." - Library Journal
"Bradford Morrow, like the diviner-heroine of The Diviner's Tale, is a mesmerizing storyteller who casts an irresistible spell. He has constructed an ingeniously plotted mystery that is at the same time a love story - luminous and magical, fraught with suspense, beautifully and subtly rendered - a feat of prose divination." - Joyce Carol Oates
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