Reviews

Love and Death on Cape Cod
Reviewed by LAURA LIPPMAN
Sunday, October 31, 2004
The Washington Post

BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Waking From the Nightmare of Life With Mother
By MICHIKO KAKUTANI
Published: January 23, 1998
The New York Times

BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Accelerating Chaos At One Edge of America
By MICHIKO KAKUTANI
Published: January 31, 1995
The New York Times

1994 Ernest Hemingway Foundation Special Citation
MARIA FLOOK for Family Night
Conferred in Boston
June 1996

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Books of The Times; Father Found Can Be Worse Than Father Lost
By MICHIKO KAKUTANI
Published: January 19, 1993
The New York Times

New York NEWSDAY
by Dan Cryer
Sad but Likeable Family At the Edge of the Sea
January 30, 1995
OPEN WATER, by Maria Flook. Pantheon
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In Search of the Model Father
By DANIEL WOODRELL
February 21, 1993
FAMILY NIGHT By Maria Flook. 292 pp. New York: Pantheon Books.
The New York Times

Suspect Everybody
By Julie Salamon
June 29, 2003
INVISIBLE EDEN, A Story of Love and Murder on Cape Cod.
By Maria Flook. 406 pp. New York
The New York Times Sunday

You Have the Wrong Man
Review by Fred Leebron
1996
You Have the Wrong Man
by Maria Flook, Pantheon Books.
Ploughshares

Carnality Testing
March 5, 1995
By Ralph Lombreglia
OPEN WATER By Maria Flook. 327 pp. New York: Pantheon Books.
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PASTS THAT STAY PRESENT
By Alan Williamson
(Alan Williamson teaches at the University of California at Davis and is the author of ”Presence,” a book of poems.)
Published: May 1, 1983
RECKLESS WEDDING By Maria Flook. 65 pp. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.
The New York Times