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Running the Rift

by J. G. Stinson

Located on the African continent and bordered by Burundi, Republic of Congo, Uganda, and Tanzania, Rwanda has a centuries-long history of internal conflict. Two of the three main social groupings, Hutus and Tutsis, have swapped control... Read More

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Blue Fall

by J. G. Stinson

In B. B. Griffith’s "Blue Fall", Frank Youngsmith, an overworked claims investigator for Barringer Insurance, is sent to investigate potential fraud on a large claim. Frank just wants to finish the assignment so that he can go home and... Read More

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Tomahawk Creek

by J. G. Stinson

Faded gentry, an old mansion, past scandals, current tragedies, and sometimes a romance or two are components often found in the works of modern-day Gothic and mystery writers like Mary Stewart and Barbara Michaels. Frissons of fear are... Read More

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Out of the Vinyl Deeps

by J. G. Stinson

The generations that came of age in the 1960s and 1970s had a wide variety of publications, both fan-based and professional, in which to follow the activities of their favorite musicians. Rolling Stone, Crawdaddy, Creem, and Transoceanic... Read More

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The Magic Bullet

by J. G. Stinson

Larry Millett continues his Sherlock Holmes and amateur detective Shadwell Rafferty series with this novel, set in the early twentieth century in St. Louis, Missouri. Well-known financier Artemus Dodge has apparently been murdered in his... Read More

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Kiss Me, Stranger

by J. G. Stinson

Post-apocalyptic fiction, once solely the purview of science fiction and best exemplified by novels such as Earth Abides, A Canticle for Leibowitz, and Alas, Babylon, began moving toward mainstream fiction with the publication in 1980 of... Read More

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