PJ Nunn, MYSTERY MORGUE, November 99
is carefully choreographed and the atmosphere and setting are fine tuned for maximum effect. Spindler's writing style literally transports readers to another place with descriptions so vivid it's as though we all become part of the performing cast. I especially appreciated the realistic portrayals of both gay and disabled characters, written in such a way as to focus on the individuality, with talents and flaws, and minimize stereotyping and generalizations.
Kimberly Campbell, SCRIBES WORLD, November 99
The Rhythm of Revenge is an involving tale with an engaging large cast of eccentric characters. Set in a theatre right before the big premiere of a new show, Taming of the Shoe, Jessica Warner, the star, has snuck away from her husband Roger's birthday party to dance alone. That sets the stage in this twisty tale of revenge, infidelity, secrets and murder. Expect to race towards the end!