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Five More Books from Hard Case Crime

Continuing the tour into the Hard Case Crime catalogue, we have five more crime novels, including two from Lawrence Block that almost bookend his entire career: ……. Grifter’s Game (1961), by Lawrence Block is an early noir story about a … Continue reading

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Tom O’Bedlam by Robert Silverberg

Continuing our mini-tour through Robert Silverberg’s post-1980 novels, we have the 1985 SF epic Tom O’Bedlam, about a vagrant possessed with uncanny visions. Although I found many things to appreciate in both Gilgamesh the King and Star of Gypsies (both … Continue reading

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Star of Gypsies, by Robert Silverberg

Continuing my brief tour into Robert Silverberg’s “third phase” of post-1979 books, I look at the large 1986 novel Star of Gypsies about a long-absent Roma “king” coming back to reassume his leadership and help his people survive an epic power … Continue reading

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Gilgamesh the King by Robert Silverberg

review of 1984 novel Gilgamesh the King by Robert Silverberg Continue reading

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