Murder Ballads. Book review

August 25, 2017

Murder Ballads, ed Mark Beech, Egaeus Press, Anthology, 2017 Reviewed by Stuart Douglas It’s tempting to ignore the contents of this book and just spent 300 words [...]

The Black Elfstone. Book Review

August 25, 2017

THE BLACK ELFSTONE by Terry Brooks Orbit, h/b, 336pp, £20 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Tigueron is an assassin and he always gets the job done for the price agreed. This [...]

Hell’s Shadows. Book review

August 25, 2017

HELL’S SHADOWS by Dean Klein, Createspace Independent Publishing, p/b, Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Robin and Gil Turner buy a house they think will be their dream home. [...]

Swords v Cthulhu. Book review

August 25, 2017

Swords v Cthulhu, Edited by Jesse Bullington & Molly Tanzer, Stone Skin Press, 2016, p/b £8.99 Reviewed by Simon Ives “Swift bladed action in the horrific world of H [...]

Sea of Rust. Book Review

August 24, 2017

SEA OF RUST by C. Robert Cargill Gollancz, p/b, 384pp, £14.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Fifteen years ago the last human died, gunned down in New York. The body lay for [...]

Calamity. Book Review

August 23, 2017

CALAMITY by Brandon Sanderson Gollancz, p/b, 448pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan One of the things that you can guarantee with a novel from Brandon Sanderson is that [...]

Vigil. Book Review

August 23, 2017

VIGIL by Angela Slatter Jo Fletcher Books, p/b, 384pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Matthew Johns Verity Fassbinder is a private detective living in Brisbane with mixed parentage – [...]

The Last Gasp. Book Review

August 22, 2017

THE LAST GASP by Trevor Hoyle Jo Fletcher Books, 727 page p/b, £10.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan It has long been regarded as one of the roles of SF is to issue dire [...]

Dr Potter’s Medicine Show. Book Review

August 22, 2017

DR POTTER’S MEDICINE SHOW by Eric Scott Fischl Angry Robot, p/b, 416pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Another cough threatens to make a public liar of him as Alexander [...]
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