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Jack Gilmour: Wish Lawyer by Ed Ryder

This is a noir private investigator novel except instead of a trained P.I. we have a lawyer fallen into strange company after he made an ill-thought-out deal with a demon. Jack Gilmour has a good heart and a strong hatred … Continue reading

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The Black Wolves of Boston by Wen Spencer

It’s been a while since I’ve read Wen Spencer, but when I discovered she had a new series out, I wanted to give it a try. I’m so glad I did. The Black Wolves of Boston is just what I … Continue reading

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Mechcraft by Brian Fitzpatrick

I requested this book because I thought the technology premise sounded interesting. It reminded me of a cartoon I used to watch, and I wanted to see how the author would handle it. The answer is well. I enjoyed the … Continue reading

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Hugo Voting Reminder and Story Recommendations

This is a reminder for all supporting or full members of WorldCon 2018 that voting for the Hugos, Retro Hugos, and The John W. Campbell Award ends at midnight tonight. I tried my best to read as much as I … Continue reading

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In the Hand of the Goddess (Song of the Lioness series Book 2) by Tamora Pierce

My sister and my boys have told me to read Tamora Pierce as far back as I can remember, so much so I thought I had. By now, I’m pretty sure I didn’t, or if I did, it was a … Continue reading

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