Hidden Things Reviews
"Debut novelist Testerman provides a satisfying blend of noir and magic, and if the bantering dialogue keeps covering the same ground, at least the story keeps moving, with sweet revelations such as a mundane piece of tire tread turning out to be a lilac-scented dragon scale." - Publishers Weekly
"Agreeably creepy, with original flourishes and flashes of dark humor." - Kirkus Reviews
"I loved this book from start to finish. It's strange, weird and down to earth, all at the same time; chock full of fascinating characters, dark dreams and fantasy elements that deliver a real sense of wonder. What's not to love?" - Charles de Lint
"Hidden Things reveals the America I want to believe in - dragons on highways, trolls in the hills, motels that lead to new dimensions. I'll never look at a rest stop the same way again." - Maureen Johnson, author of the Shades of London series
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