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The old antique vanity and mirror was handed down from generation to generation, from mother to daughter, along with the legacy of its madness; the heavy burden carried by all the Burton women, the haunting image within the glass, the reflection of innocence lost when the mind fractures beneath the weight of HER judgment… We see what we want to see in the mirror but when the mirror looks back at us, what does it see? Mature Readers
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  • By quicksilvernight
    Feb 25, 2012
    Shall I spoil the secret? Condense the story into an easily digestible … and thus easily dismissed … single bite? I think not. You’ll just have to put forth a little effort and read the story for yourself, probably more than once. That said, M. Teresa’s Clayton’s “Judith” is descriptive yet chronologically disjointed storytelling perfectly sets the tone for this tale. I read it with a growing sense of unease and each time I convinced myself that I knew where the story led I was pleased to learn that I was mistaken, perfect for this genre. This is horror, no doubt; not all of it stems from supernatural sources. This is ride worth taking. - Chip QNP
  • By Patti Masterman
    Jan 27, 2012
    Judith is a mesmerizing tale. I was reminded of the horror stories I was drawn to as a young girl; this story had that same feeling of breathless anticipation, and it is fresh writing, lively, and that definitely adds to the magic spell going on in this. I have always thought one of the greatest mysteries on earth is why we have the relatives we were given; why those instead of anyone else in the world? The pages of this book weave a magnificent history of madness and violence through the generations, and we are given clues of different types throughout. It's brilliant and the style of writing is lucid and enjoyable. If you like to read horror, I would highly recommend Judith.
  • By M Teresa Clayton
    Jan 5, 2012
    “M. Teresa Clayton has the kind of imagination that leaves the reader with tiny shards of her insanity embedded in their own minds, you can feel the stabbing reminder just beneath the facade – trying to work its way to the surface.” James Beck – The Moorings ---------------------------------------------------------------- “Once more M. Teresa Clayton captures your attention inside a nightmare that appears to be our own.” The Charon Chronicles ----------------------------------------------------------- “Mirror, Mirror on the wall… M Teresa Clayton puts a new spin on that old rhyme with her novella JUDITH. You may find yourself covering all the mirrors in your house!” William S. Avery
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January 5, 2012
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