Foreword Reviews

J. G. Stinson, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Prophesy Gene

by J. G. Stinson

"The Prophesy Gene" is an intriguing ecological thriller and adventure. Stuart D. Schooler’s "The Prophesy Gene" is a complex eco-thriller that employs elements of science fiction to draw its points out. Cousins Sarah and Michael... Read More

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Operation Light Switch

by J. G. Stinson

"Operation Light Switch" is a superior military thriller that captures the essence of what it means to serve one’s country. In "Operation Light Switch", John Wemlinger proffers a wronged hero and a scarily plausible world scenario.... Read More

Book Review

The Genius Plague

by J. G. Stinson

"The Genius Plague" freshens up the nature-versus-man archetype—we may never look at mushrooms the same way again. Novelist and engineer David Walton infuses his latest novel with adventure, spycraft, humor, and shudders. Mycologist... Read More

Book Review

An Unkindness of Ghosts

by J. G. Stinson

"An Unkindness of Ghosts" launches the career of a brilliantly gifted and important new writer in science fiction. With "An Unkindness of Ghosts", Rivers Solomon inarguably shows themselves to be a literary child of genre leader Octavia... Read More

Book Review

The Truants

by J. G. Stinson

The images evoked in this reframing of vampire legends are both familiar and strange. Lee Markham’s cross-genre "The Truants" pulls no punches in its paradigm-shifting treatment of vampire legends. An unnamed man sits on a park bench... Read More

Book Review

The Girl at the Bar

by J. G. Stinson

This is a refreshing thriller, with a compassionate protagonist and a complex set of crimes to solve. Prepare for a roller-coaster ride of a thriller: Nicholas Nash’s "The Girl at the Bar" mixes a beautiful woman, an unemployed Wall... Read More

Book Review

The Detective's Garden

by J. G. Stinson

The Detective’s Garden is an engrossing journey into one man’s heart. The Detective’s Garden is the story of Emil Milosec, an immigrant living in Brooklyn and grieving for his wife, Elena. He maintains her garden because it brings... Read More

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