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Kathryn HarrisonA gracefully economical stylist, de Moor works on the periphery of realism, satisfying both narrative and aesthetic agendas; she's that rare literary novelist whose books are fun to read. And while aspects of The Kreutzer Sonata strain credulity, this seems to be the deliberate intention of a writer very much in control of her material. The authority with which de Moor creates her characters and the uncluttered scenes they inhabit give her work an almost journalistic immediacy.
— The New York Times