Monthly Archives: July 2015

FICTION: Wheelchair Seating For the Apocalypse by Q DiFulvio

July 29, 2015
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Everyone has some sort of survival plan in case of The Uprising. Technology becomes self-aware and detonates all the bombs, aliens make contact with earth and enslave us all, STDs mutate and create vampires, World War III. When someone would ask me what I would do in case of zombies, my immediate answer had...

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Deadout by Jon McGoran — review

July 26, 2015
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A three-day visit to Martha’s Vineyard to visit an old friend who is working there, keeping track of bees needed to pollinate crops, turns out to be more than Philadelphia detective Doyle Carrick and his girlfriend, Nola, probably bargained for. They discover the bee population is fast disappearing and the cause is a mystery....

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Stone Cold by C. J. Box — review

July 23, 2015
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The 14th Joe Pickett novel is quite different from preceding entries in the series. It is less involved with the environment, which, though never completely ignored, one has become accustomed to in plots involving the Wyoming game warden, but filled with action and violence. It begins when the governor enlists Joe to secretly scout...

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Saints of the Shadow Bible by Ian Rankin — review

July 22, 2015
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When the Cold Case Group in which Rebus has been working is eliminated, he lucks out by being taken back with a spot in CID, albeit with a demotion. Reduced from DI to DS, he now is subordinate to his long-time protégé, DI Clarke. Of course, that doesn’t stop the old dinosaur from acting...

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