If the Ice Had Held
"Fox delivers finely observed, lyrical, storytelling, persuasive in its depiction of everyday unions and choices ... this is eloquent tale-spinning lit by unshowy portraiture. A perceptible talent."
"Fox's story explores the fragility of life and the ways people find to accommodate and survive. Families are fractured by divorce or death, but family is still at the heart of what home should be."
"A poignant story that questions fate and free will."
Razor-sharp...written with incredible grace and assurance. I gave myself over to this story and felt as though I had inhabited these characters." -Benjamin Percy, The Dark Net