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Review: Halting State by Charles Stross @ Infinispace.net

Halting State by Charles Stross was not the book I was expecting.  As a gamer and MMORPG player the book piqued my interest based on the description.   45 more words

Science Fiction

The Chechen's Revenge: Now In Print and on Kindle

I‘m pleased to report that The Chechen’s Revenge is now In Print! Effective immediately it is available from Amazon.com. The published size is a comfortable to hold paperback 6″ x 9″, printed on white paper with the full color cover seen in this picture. 591 more words

Ben Aaronovitch’s WHISPERS UNDER GROUND

I cannot get enough of this series! It is such a wicked combination of history, police procedural and of course magic. This time we explore London’s underground where not only are secrets buried but something DC Peter Grant can’t even imagine. 260 more words

Books

'Green and Pleasant Land' review - a great new author discovery!

Before I received an ARC of this novel I am ashamed to say that I had never even heard of author Judith Cutler. After reading… 489 more words

Fiction

Book Review: Faceless by Dawn Kopman Whidden

Faceless
Dawn Kopman Whidden
Brighton Publishing, November 2013
ISBN 978-1-62183-140-2
Trade Paperback

As a fan of the mysterious, the creepy, and psychological, twisted thrillers; I have questioned my sanity; but the quest is always short-lived, as I really and truly just want to start reading. 400 more words

Mystery

Book Review: Dead Heading by Catherine Aird

Dead Heading
A Sloan and Crosby Mystery #23
Catherine Aird
Minotaur Books, June 2014
ISBN: 978-1-250-04113-5
Hardcover

I must admit that this was my introduction to the Sloan and Crosby Mysteries, of which there have been more than twenty.  362 more words

Full Reviews

Nesbo, Jo. The Son.

NY: Knopf, 2014.

Even though I kind of have a thing for Scandinavian detective fiction, Nesbo has been a recent discovery for me, and then mostly through his independent novels rather than the “Harry Hole” series. 423 more words

Character Study