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- Blood of Asaheim by Chris Wraight – reviewPosted 48 days ago
- 7th Annual Book Tournament – Round 4 – QuarterfinalsPosted 49 days ago
- 7th Annual Book Tournament – Round 3Posted 52 days ago
- 7th Annual Book Tournament – Round 2 ResultsPosted 54 days ago
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Unnatural Acts by Kevin J. Anderson – Review – Douglas Cobb
In the Paranormal Urban Fantasy novel Unnatural Acts, by the best-selling author Kevin J. Anderson, Detective Dan Shamble (aka: Dan Chambeaux), Zombie P.I., takes on the cases of many of these Unnaturals, who have nowhere else to...
- Posted 10 days ago
Farseed by Pamela Sargent – Review – Douglas R. Cobb
Could Pamela Sargent’s SF Seed trilogy, comprised of Earthseed, Farseed, and Seed Seeker become the next Hunger Games? There is that possibility, as Pamela’s science fiction novels of human beings who have been “seeded” on a planet...
- Posted 27 days ago
The Formula for Murder by Carol McCleary – Review – Douglas R. Cobb
When does science cross over into madness? Does the madness come first, or does an obsession with science sometimes lead to madness? Carol McCleary examines these questions and brings the historical Figure of the indomitable Nellie Bly...
- Posted 37 days ago
Target Lancer by Max Allan Collins – review – Douglas R. Cobb
The author of The Memoirs of Nathan (Nate) Heller Mysteries series, Max Allan Collins, writes about new facts about the conspiracy to assassinate JFK in November, 1963, in Chicago, in his latest pulse-pounding thriller, Target Lancer. What...
- Posted 55 days ago
Fate of Worlds by Larry Niven and Edward M. Lerner – Review – Douglas R. Cobb
You know a SF series is über popular when a prequel series is written because the original has become so beloved that the fans demand more. Such was the case with Star Wars and also with Larry...
- Posted 64 days ago
Seed by Ania Ahlborn – Review – Douglas R. Cobb
For a taste of Southern Gothic horror, look no further than Seed by Ania Ahlborn. The horror is a bit slow to build, but there are plenty of gruesome and bloody moments in the novel to appeal...
- Posted 72 days ago
Nightfall by Stephen Leather – Review – Douglas R. Cobb
Former police negotiator Jack Nightingale’s own father sold his soul to a devil in return for vast wealth. However, he doesn’t bother to let his son know about this small fact until it is close to the...
- Posted 83 days ago
Tesseracts Sixteen (Parnassus Unbound) ed. by Mark Leslie – Review
Looking for a veritable banquet of the finest Canadian speculative fiction? Look no further than Tesseracts Sixteen (Parnassus Unbound) edited by Mark Leslie. Each of the previous anthologies have had their own special themes. This volume contains...
- Posted 113 days ago
Whispers Underground by Ben Aaronovitch – Review – Douglas R. Cobb
Are you a fan of Urban Paranormal novels? Ben Aaronotich’s “Rivers of London” series proves that he is a master of the genre. The main protagonist of the series is Constable Peter Grant, who is both a...
- Posted 136 days ago
Luck of the Draw by Piers Anthony – Review – Douglas R. Cobb
In this pun-filled 36th. installment of his Xanth series, Piers Anthony takes the readers of the humorous, adventure-packed novel Luck of the Draw back to one of fantasy’s most famous magical and fun lands, the Florida-shaped Xanth....
- Posted 147 days ago
The Webs of Varok (The Archives of Varok)
In this gripping sequel to Cary Neeper’s debut novel, A Place Beyond Man (The Archives of Varok), the main protagonist, Tandra Grey, leaves behind the confines of an Earth that is in economic and ecological decay, and...
- Posted 189 days ago
Strong Vengeance by Jon Land – Review – Douglas R. Cobb
Fifth generation Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong is back with a vengeance in thriller/mystery author Jon Land’s edge-of-your-seat novel, Strong Vengeance. As in all of Land’s Caitlin Strong novels (Strong Vengeance is the fourth one, after Strong Justice,...
- Posted 213 days ago
Them Or Us by David Moody – Review
David Moody is one of my favorite modern-day authors. With novels like his Hater series, and Autumn series, he has become a master of the Horror genre. The Autumn novels are about how humans deal with zombies,...
- Posted 261 days ago
The Scar by Sergey and Marina Dyachenko – Review
Lord Egert Soll is a brash, confident member of the elite guards of his ancient, glorious, and militaristic city, Kavarren. He is also a notorious philanderer, taking pride in making cuckolds of every other man in...
- Posted 276 days ago
Body, Inc. (Tipping Point #2) by Alan Dean Foster – review
Alan Dean Foster’s Pip & Flinx novels comprise one of my favorite science fiction series. I had never read any of Foster’s other novels, though I knew he had written some other very famous ones, like novelizations...
- Posted 308 days ago