Recent Reviews

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“Muir’s ideas on race and religion . . . were far from remarkable and very much congruous with contemporaneous ideological hegemony. What stands out . . .

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More spy story than mystery, Maggie Hope's last mission has as many twists and turns as a rollercoaster.

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Long Island Compromise begins with the brazen kidnapping of Jewish businessman Carl Fletcher, taken by thugs from the driveway of his upper middle-class mansion in the mundane and fictiona

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Kevin Barry is an Irish writer to the core with his wild, dark humor and his Gaelic intonations, a beautifully skewed syntax holding up a delicate balance of spluttering facetiousness and a sly ack

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"The Family Experiment is first-rate and highly readable, science fiction with a heart and soul."