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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 34 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 52 days ago
The Stolen Bride by Tony Hays – review
Publisher’s Description: Malgwyn ap Cuneglas is counselor to Arthur, High King of the Britons. When he accompanies his liege to the West to broker a deal between warring tribes they come across a scene of utmost depravity...
- Posted 329 days ago
Dark Jenny by Alex Bledsoe – book trailer
- Posted 363 days ago
Shadow Blizzard by Alexey Pehov – book trailer
- Posted 386 days ago
Scholar by L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – Book Read Part 3
First, let me caution, I am not holding back any spoilers here, because I want to talk about the book. This is a discussion more than it is a review, so if you don’t want to know how...
- Posted 418 days ago
Scholar by L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – Book Read Part 2
If the first third of Scholar was devoted to action, the second third was devoted to politics. Quaeryt has begun to uncover the truth—or, at least, what appears to be the truth—about the unrest in Tilbora and...
- Posted 422 days ago
The Scar by Sergey and Marina Dyachenko – book trailer
- Posted 453 days ago
The Immorality Engine (A Newbury & Hobbes Investigation – review
It’s that festive time of year! Eggnog, presents, and Steampunk–who could ask for more? And who does Steampunk better than George Mann? The third novel in his Newbury & Hobbes series, The Immorality Engine, is reason enough...
- Posted 500 days ago
The Half-Made World by Felix Gilman – review
Shoot, shoot, bang, bang! Steampunk meets the Wild West in Felix Gilman’s steampunk fantasy novel, The Half-Made World. It is primarily set in an alternate version of the American Wild West. The farthest reaches of the United...
- Posted 596 days ago