Water Witch by Deborah Leblanc: A solid and entertaining horror story.
Dean Koontz's Frankenstein, Dead and Alive: Dead and Alive has its merits. As the conclusion of a trilogy? I say shame on you, Mr. Koontz.
Dax Rigby, War Correspondent by John B. Rosenman: Want to experience what science fiction used to be and why it is sorely missed? Read Dax Rigby, War Correspondent.
The Enemy Stalks by Betty Sullivan La Pierre: Was an enjoyable lunch that somehow left me wanting more than I received.
The Revelations of Minister Skyddz by E. J. Vance: “Revelations” is wicked good!
Guardians of Desire by Sahara Berns: The story is readable in one sitting, it entertains and is a solid piece of debut writing.
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