Monthly Archives: November 2017

Passport to Peril, by Robert Bogardus Parker

The Hard Case Crime imprint has several books by authors who based their fiction off of a previous career: in the government, as a spy or as a police detective. I previously gave some (moderately) positive comments about Daniel Boyd’s … Continue reading

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No Enemy But Time, by Michael Bishop

I have to credit the collection of vintage SF review bloggers for my recent interest in Michael Bishop, especially the excellent series of reviews posted here. Following those recommendations, I managed to find and read Bishop titles like Catacomb Years, … Continue reading

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Galactic Pot-Healer, by Philip K. Dick

With the production of an anthology television series based his short stories, as well as an ongoing series based on his The Man in the High Castle,¬†we might expect to see a continuing growth in the number of people wanting … Continue reading

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