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Reviews of

Beneath Juliette:

 

“This is the most powerful and subtle, humorous and wonderful debut novel I have read in decades.” -- Clyde Mitchal, Youngstown Reviews

 

“I’m very impressed with Beneath Juliette. This is a fine writer and the characters really come alive, especially the villain.” -- Charles Salzberg, author of “Swan’s Last Song”

 

“What can I say? I read straight through Beneath Juliette in two days! Your novel shines with elegance, insight, and texture. Breathtaking!” -- Robert Middlemiss – author of “A Common Glory

 

 

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March 2010 – Many people have asked that I start a blog so they can see how many words I misspell. I am only too happy to oblige but I warn you that without some editing, things can get pretty sloppy.

 

Last Thursday, Jean and I drove to Juliette, GA and met with the owner and chief cook of the fabulous Whistle Stop Café, Elizabeth Bryant. She delighted us by taking 10 copies of Beneath Juliette and is now one of the first places you can buy the book. We had a terrific lunch there. I can totally recommend the place if you are close enough to Juliette, you have to stop and enjoy some of the best cooking in Georgia.

 

On the way back, we stopped at the Old Mill Motorcycle Museum on Sunday. You can also buy Beneath Juliette at this wonderful museum and see some really terrific old motorcycles. Les, you have done a great job with the place.

 

I have put links to both places on my home page.

 

 

 

 

About The Author

 

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John Wilsterman finished a successful career with IBM and has now turned his hand to novel writing. Mr. Wilsterman makes a spectacular debut with Beneath Juliette, a novel set in the South, with all the strange and wonderful characters, places and stories he’s encountered. Mr. Wilsterman is married and has two grown children, Kira and Luke, and is now working on a new novel. He lives with his wife, Jean, near Atlanta.