"Quicksand sin...the big babe was already dead, and Collen had just bashed the younger one's head in with a hammer. They both sank into the quiet Jersey Swamp...all except for the strangely bizarre protrusion of part of Georgianna's shameless body."
"A haunting story of a beautiful and mature woman, trapped in a web of her own making, drawn back to the world she had married to escape...her struggle with a physical hunger condemned by society even in this free-living and free-loving age."
"Home to Laura was a dimly lit and badly ventilated bar on a back street in Greenwich Village. She understood the language there, she understood the customs. Only forbidden desires were recognized and love rarely lasted longer than a night. The tormented and lost women met there, and Laura, slim and boyish, found happiness for the first time in her life."
William Smith was cosmically doomed to the book business when he skipped school to read HP Lovecraft in an abandoned cabin in the woods. He's worked for barnesandnoble.com, Tor Books, and Warner. Now he sells dodgy books and freelances to make a "living."