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Nov 20, 2018 | ISBN 9781785656880

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“When I began writing fiction, I was blessed to have Oakley Hall as a mentor.  Having read many of his books, I was delighted to see this reissue of So Many Doors.  As in his other novels, he proves he is the master of characterization, narrative immediacy, and the art of luring you into a gripping story.” – Amy Tan

“Crackerjack storytelling, vibrant characters, and some terrific twists.” -Kirkus Reviews 

“Hall may be gone, but his haunting influence lives on. Read SO MANY DOORS, and you will understand why.” -BookReporter

“A new generation of aspiring novelists would do well to read Oakley Hall’s work with all the care and attention to detail it deserves. So Many Doors is an experience they won’t want to miss.” New York Journal of Books

“A tale- like David Goodis’s doomed lovers crossed with Jim Thompson’s working-class malcontents- about the failure of men and women to understand one another, resulting in a kind of emotional sadism.”  Woody Haut

“a gem of a novel that should be on everyone’s list to read and enjoy” – Midwest Book Review

“This novel of betrayal, lies, and obsessive love erupts with a powerful, tragic conclusion. If you’re in the mood for moody novel reminiscent of John Steinbeck at his best, give So Many Doors a try.” – George Kelley

“…timeless and universal. Hall was a great writer, and this book will surely offer a new generation of readers a chance to discover his work” – Criminal Element

“This re-issue of a forgotten classic isn’t just a great read, it’s a goddamn master class in the art of subtlety and storytelling. The sustained simplicity of So Many Doors makes the short-form minimalism of Raymond Carver seem like a party trick.”  - Seattle Book Review

“Hall’s stories of crime and corruption on scales both small and grand continue to resonate today” – CrimeReads

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