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Charlie’s Exit

In The Compulsive Reader, Bob Williams, in a full review, compares Hiller's narrative style in Charlie's Exit to both James and Faulkner. He writes:
"...Hiller manages [her] conclusion by a skill that is admirable in a first novel. She shows in fact generous abundance in Charlie’s Exit, lively imagination and subtle finesse. . . Hiller’s brilliant presentation makes [the novel] full and the contest between the man and wife powerfully significant. This is a novel that will long stay in the reader’s mind, a vivid and arresting experience.”

--(Bob Williams, The Compulsive Reader)