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Trouble In The Brownstone Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Trouble In The Brownstone’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

TROUBLE IN THE BROWNSTONEA Nero Wolfe MysteryBy Robert GoldsboroughMysterious Press246 pgs. Every now and then we readers discover fictional characters and become totally enamored with them. Enough so that when their creators pass on, we hope other writers will take on those heroes and continue their adventures; most of which

Saturn's Child Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘SATURN’S CHILD And Other Tales’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

SATURN’S CHILD And Other TalesBy Mark Allen VannXepico Press211 pages Writer Mark Allen Vann has the marvelous talent of spinning old familiar genres around until they appear like something totally fresh and new.  He does this to perfection in his latest collection of stories, “Saturn’s Child And Other Tales.” There

The Fateful Eight Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Fateful Eight’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE FATEFUL EIGHTBy Mark Allen VannXepico Press293 pgs Last year writer Mark Allen Vann impressed us with the debut of his first collection of new pulp tales, “Eight Against the Darkness.” In it, Vann introduced eight distinct heroes all molded on established pulp genres and each was a gem. Enough

'A Cowboy In Carpethia' Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘A Cowboy in Carpathia’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

A COWBOY IN CARPATHIABy Teel James GlennPro Se Press184 pgs Every so often a book comes along that is so pulped, it reverberates this fact gloriously on every single page. From inception to execution and finally, in print, it proudly tells the reader this is what true pulp fiction is

Astroman Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Astroman’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

ASTROMAN Book One – The Secret Citadel By Dwight Decker Vesper Press 178 pgs Superheroes are a popular topic for prose novesl these days as authors attempt to cash on on the success of Hollywood’s big buget Cape Operas. With “Astroman – The Secret Citadel,” writer Dwight Decker takes his

‘The Human Division’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE HUMAN DIVISION By John Scalzi Tor Books 431 pages Rare are the times when a reviewer so loves a book that he or she has to share it with close friends and family, never mind their reading audience. Such was the case years ago when we first read John

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