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Alison Drake

  • ... he smelled only the rain and the earth and his own sorrow. Until now, he didn't know that sorrow had a smell, but it did, and it was worse than the stink of blood, of death.

Alison Drake, Venezuelan-born U.S. writer

(1947)

Real name: Patricia Janeshutz MacGregor.  She writes most of her books as T.J. MacGregor (see quotations under that name), but in addition to writing as Alison Drake, she has also published as Trish Janeshutz and Trish MacGregor.