Paperback $15.00

May 01, 2001 | 368 Pages

Ebook $11.99

Jun 01, 2000 | 448 Pages

  • Paperback $15.00

    May 01, 2001 | 368 Pages

  • Ebook $11.99

    Jun 01, 2000 | 448 Pages

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“Wonderfully written…more than just a good beach read.” —Washington Post Book World

“What gives the book a compelling edge is the characters’ self-discovery…Thankfully, Dickey goes beyond the ‘men are dogs and women are victims’ stereotype.” —USA Today

“Raw, street-savvy humor.” —Publishers Weekly

“As the title suggests, this is a book about dawgs. Not dogs, but d-a-w-g-s. Cheatin’, lyin’, no good, no-‘count, dirty lowdown mendawgs and womendawgs…You can’t read Cheaters without becoming an active participant. You easily find yourself turning a page, shaking your head, and tsk-tsking.”—Los Angeles Times

“Modern dating has become a world in which individuals play games to keep the upper hand. Eric Jerome Dickey explores these mores with verve.”—USA Today

“Each character’s voice [is] smooth, unique and genuine.”—Washington Post Book World

Cheaters not only makes readers examine their own behavior but keeps them laughing while doing so.”—Library Journal

“His storytelling skills are first-rate.”—Detroit Free Press

“Wrenching emotion…he draws a tragic, romantic picture of love as both a panacea and a curse, an unavoidably painful pleasure.”—Durham Herald-Sun

“A generous helping of humor and a distinctly male viewpoint.”—Atlanta Journal and Constitution

“Dickey’s fourth novel easily fulfills the expectations created by his earlier work and introduces a fresh sobriety to his talent for dialogue and character…smoothly done.”—Kirkus Reviews

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