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    January 27, 2007

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    William Reese Hamilton

    Powerful story, TJ. It's great to read it again. Bill

    Bonnie ZoBell

    This is a heart wrenching and beautiful story, TJ. The end took my breath away. Not only is the writing exquisite, but it's full of emotional truths. My husband died of AIDS, and I know all about hospices. From someone who knows the score, thank you for writing this. Bonnie

    TJ Forrester

    Thanks Dan, Bill, and Bonnie!

    Shari Blume

    Magnificent story, TJ. I just want to inhale the writing, it's so beautiful.
    Shari

    Barbara Milton

    When I read T. J. Forrester's work I'm always amazed that he knows what he knows and can find the exact words, always fresh, to describe it. Besides the original voice and strong plot that carry each of his stories, there's the rhythm--the way he alternates inventive and funny descriptions with dialogue that brings the reader up short. Finally, there are the interior monologues that pull me into the heartbreak of all Forrester's characters. In The Revolving Door all of the players, have tender souls if not compassionate hearts.

    Katrina Denza

    Excellent story, T.J.!

    Michael Leone

    Fantastic story!

    T. J. Forrester

    Michael, Kat, Barbara, and Shari--thank you!

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