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Wolf Pear

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Latest Review (October 2014) – Billy Ray Chitwood

Can’t say tomatoes will ever taste the same – but, of course, they will, more delicious than ever! This beautifully crafted short work by Dianne Gray truly shows her seemingly effortless writing genius. It is the beginning of the story that hooks the reader and never lets them go…luscious tomatoes growing crazily above a buried corpse. It is character after character and the sometimes irreverant interplay that keeps the story tantalizing and moving on to its inevitable ending… The thing is, we don’t want it to end!
If you haven’t read this great lady and felt the enchantment of her hypnotic style, start here with “Wolf Pear” or “Soul’s Child” or …the list goes on.

More Amazon reviews

“It is captivating, enthralling, has great pacing, relatable narrators, intrigue, suspense and an amazing storyline. 

“The ending ties everything together in a most unexpected but satisfying way. 

“Pick up Wolf Pear today! 

Other reviews:


Rick Mallery



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  1. susannairn / Sep 19 2012 8:45 am

    I just bought this for my Kindle and can’t put it down. I love your writing style. I’m glad WordPress helped me find you on the other side of the world!!


    • diannegray / Sep 19 2012 3:09 pm

      Aww – thank you so much. I feel very flattered! You’ve made my day 😀


  2. Jill Weatherholt / May 3 2013 10:43 pm

    After reading Marcia’s review and the Amazon reviews, I might have to break down and buy myself a Kindle. I can’t break the paper book habit! 🙂


    • diannegray / May 4 2013 6:40 am

      It is available in paperback, Jill – but for some reason the kindle sells far more copies. I gave in last year and got an android Ipad thingy and I’ve never looked back (because it’s light and I can carry 100 books at once!) LOL 😀


      • Jill Weatherholt / May 4 2013 8:14 am

        I only saw the Kindle version on Amazon. Did I miss something or should I go to another site? I know, once I bite the bullet and purchase an e-reader I’ll be asking myself why I ever waited so long. Besides, my bookcases are overflowing and the piles of books are taking over the house. 🙂


      • diannegray / May 5 2013 5:16 am

        It’s available on LULU

        I’m not very good at selling myself because I should probably say my books are available in paperback somewhere on my blog 😦

        I know what you mean about too many books. When we moved back up to the tropics I bought ten boxes of books with me and haven’t unpacked them yet – yikes!


  3. Jill Weatherholt / May 5 2013 8:38 am

    LOL! Maybe I should tell everyone! 🙂 Thanks for the link! Well, you’ve been too busy working on your home to be unpacking books ~ they can wait. 🙂


  4. karenblopezkaren / Jul 11 2013 5:14 am

    love, love, love it, Dianne!!


    • diannegray / Jul 11 2013 5:33 am

      Oh – Thank you SO much! You’ve made my day 😀


  5. billyraychitwood1 / Oct 23 2014 8:19 am

    Author pure! xo

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Coffee2words / Oct 25 2014 7:18 pm

    Thanks for the plug to my review Dianne!

    It’s really a great book! Good to see you around the blogosphere 🙂


    • diannegray / Oct 26 2014 6:37 am

      No problems at all. All your reviews are very well thought out and honest 😀

      Liked by 1 person

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