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The Sleep Detetives Go To Washington Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Sleep Detectives Go To Washington’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE SLEEP DETECTIVES GO TO WASHINGTON By Matthew Bieniek 188 pages www.storiesbymatt.net Matthew Bienek has been writing and self-publishing his genre books for the past few years. He’s a regular at the annual Windy City Pulp & Paper Convention and that is where our paths crossed. Several years ago he

Beyond Rue Morgue Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Beyond The Rue Morgue’ Book Review By Ron Foriter

BEYOND THE RUE MORGUE Edited by Paul Kane & Charles Prepolec Titan Books 332 pages This is such a marvelous idea for an anthology. Editors Kane and Prepolec open the collection with their short essay on arguably literature’s first true fictional detective; Edgar Allan Poe’s C. August Dupin. Then they

‘The Immorality Engine’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE IMMORALITY ENGINE By George Mann Tor Books 347 pages It would be nice if publishers were uniform in how they dispensed their titles to reviewers but alas, that is not the case. Rather they simply hand copies to various marketing associates in their home offices and these men and

“An Old Friend of the Friend” Review By Ron Fortier

AN OLD FRIEND OF THE FAMILY By Fred Saberhagen Tor Books 207 pages “An Old Friend of the Family,” was the third in the New Dracula series written by the late Fred Saberhagen (1930-2007). Best known for his Beserker science fiction series, his reimagining of the Dracula legend put forth

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