[Williams] deftly swirls science fiction and domestic suspense plotlines into this fresh and unpredictable tale ... Imbued with a sharp feminist consciousness, My Murder cheekily invokes and subverts the conventional serial-killer-stalking-terrified-women plot ... My Murder shakes up the same-old, same-old conventions of every genre it touches and has a ton of fun doing so.
A clever speculative story of cloning and crime ... Though the tone is darkly comic, Williams poses provocative questions about cloning and resurrection, and she pulls off an intelligent murder mystery to boot. This creep-fest is acerbic and disturbing in equal measure.
A suspenseful, smart sophomore effort—a briskly paced story with charming characters at its core—Williams again imagines a near-futuristic, science-altered reality that offers an intriguing perspective on the push-pull of family and freedom ... Williams has delivered an intelligent, insightful murder mystery that illuminates her imagined world and our own.