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Priscilla R. RamseyIn Clifford Blues, Williams manages to achieve an extraordinary number of really humorous moments, and he is exquisitely skilled with an encyclopedic knowledge of jazz and jazz history, which he constantly weaves into the story's plot and development. William's language is always richley endowed with imagery that crystallizes meaning. In the end this novel is a complete joy.
— American Review