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J.G. Stinson, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Astride a Pink Horse

by J.G. Stinson

Doctor, cancer researcher, pathologist, University of Colorado professor, and writer Robert Greer takes a break from his nine-book CJ Floyd mystery series to introduce a new main character (and potential series focus) in a novel set in... Read More

Book Review

Daemon of the Dark Wood

by J.G. Stinson

In the small north Georgia town of Dogwood, a deputy sheriff answering a missing person report on a local resident finds the woman’s car, but not her. Certain clues make him suspect something’s amiss—especially when he learns that... Read More

Book Review

Shadow Bound

by J.G. Stinson

Urban fantasy has bloomed in popularity in the last five or so years. Writers such as Kelley Armstrong (Women of the Underworld), Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse) and C. E. Murphy (The Walker Papers) are established “career”... Read More

Book Review

The Great Ignorance

by J.G. Stinson

The friction between Islam, Judaism, and Christianity has been chewed over by political commentators, statesmen, and diplomats for centuries. What appears to be a united front of Islamic belief to non-Muslims is not, according to Turkish... Read More

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