May, 2011: McCoy has created two fully realized characters in Randi and Kim. Add to the mix of characters a dog, an old man searching for lost treasure, an old woman who drives around in a burro-drawn cart, and Randi's dimunitive best friend, and you've got characters to love.Just About Write
R Lynne, February 2011: McCoy has done a wonderful job in describing the wonders of the desert as well as the history of its people... She also goes deeply into the motivations of both of her complicated characters and delicately shows their approach/avoidance as the sparks fly between them... Beautifully written...
Anna Furtado, December 2010: The two main characters quickly become real to us and we easily root for them, but this story is a cliffhanger right to the very end so the reader will be hesitant to put it down. Not Every River is a great read filled with the mystery of the desert and the uncertainty of a tentative blossoming love.
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