Clearing Customs Reviews

"If revenge is a dish best eaten cold, Martha Egan has taken 16 years to freeze herself a vengeful Popsicle of a book."
      —Patricia Miller, The Durango Herald, January 14, 2005

"Beverly (Parmentier) is one of the most likable characters you will find in a novel. Self-described as "short, fubsy, and forty two", she is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer... Her quirky characteristics and modesty make you root for her from the very opening pages.... The novel (Clearing Customs) contains suspense and the feeling of pulling for the underdog. For those who think that government officials have distorted their commitment to the larger public good, Egan provides ample ammunition for such reasoning. I recommend the book to all, but do not recommend bringing it with you on international flights where you may be stopped by Customs agents!"
      —Brian Kane, former Peace Corps volunteer, currently Assistant Director of Admissions,
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