What a Dirty Trick is a satirical glimpse and realistic look at the laughable absurdity of aging. The author is a humorist and a quipster. With sarcasm and antic wit, she whimsically pokes fun at life’s ultimate irony; the inescapable circumstances that befall all those who are fortunate enough to reach the age of matured powers. Make no mistake about it: the author respects the elderly, lauds her generation, and stridently sounds the call to embrace the natural order of things with unrestrictive risibility. Dr. Boston dares to talk about it; and with profound security of self, she has the courage . . . to laugh about it. Indeed she is in good company. For those of seasoned wisdom and vintage insight know the virtue of this old adage: God has a sense of humor!
– Joseph A. Woods