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ScienceThrillers.com book review of The Spy Across the Table (Jim Brodie #4) by Barry Lancet. Publication date: June 2017 Category: international thriller Summary (from the publisher): Jim Brodie is an antiques dealer, Japan expert, and second-generation private investigator. When two theater friends are murdered … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com book review of Chemistry, a novel by Weike Wang (excellent; top 30% of SciThri) Tech rating (out of 5): Publication date: May 2017 Category: LabLit; women’s fiction Summary (from the publisher): Three years into her graduate studies at a demanding Boston … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com book review of The Seventh Sun by Kent Lester (excellent; top 30% of SciThri) Tech rating (out of 5): Publication date: April 2017 Category: Science thriller Summary (from the publisher): A seemingly random murder alerts scientist Dan Clifford to a global conspiracy that … Continue reading
When I first saw a draft of Matt Kambic’s thriller EVEREST RISING, the novelty of his premise–the Earth is pregnant–had me hooked. I guided Matt through a couple of rewrites, and then published his novel through ScienceThrillers Media. Kambic’s splendid … Continue reading
Last year, ScienceThrillers was pleased to introduce you to a new action-packed science and military thriller series written by the author team Alex Ryan (in real life, US Navy veterans Brian Andrews and Jeffrey Wilson ). I loved Beijing Red (read my … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com book review of Specimen stories by Irina Kovalyova. Publication date: March 2016 Category: Science-themed literary fiction / short stories Summary (from the publisher): Inspired by a wide range influences — including early-twentieth century Russian avant-gardists, British science fiction and dystopian novels, as … Continue reading
I just heard about a loosely STEM-themed contest for grades 1-6. Scholastic & USA Gold Pencils are encouraging innovation with an inventor contest. Kids submit a sketch or description of their invention by May 12. “Six grand prizes of $500 … Continue reading