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SciThri new releases: February 2017

Here’s the occasional roundup of newly released, or new to me, indie science & medical thrillers.  These books are among the many I don’t have time to read and review, but genre fans might enjoy. If you are an author … Continue reading

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Guest post: BRAIN DAMAGE by Freida McFadden welcomes physician and novelist Freida McFadden (AKA Dr. Fizzy McFizz, creator of “A Cartoon Guide to Becoming a Doctor“) to tell us about her latest medical thriller, and the odd neurologic deficit at the heart of the story. Brain … Continue reading

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Guest essay: Science: A special way of knowing welcomes teacher and writer A.G. Moore, a principal of Rhythm Prism Publishing (“Unique Books for Hungry Minds”). Moore shares an essay on the origins of scientific thought. Please check out her nonfiction books for ages 8-13 (below) and enter to … Continue reading

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Book review: LAB GIRL by Hope Jahren book review of Lab Girl by Hope Jahren   Publication date: April 2016 Category: Science memoir Summary (from the publisher): An illuminating debut memoir of a woman in science; a moving portrait of a longtime friendship; and a stunningly fresh look at plants that … Continue reading

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VECTOR: Guest post by Michael Shusko

ScienceThrillers welcomes multitalented smart guy Michael Shusko, author of Vector, first book in a new military/medical espionage thriller series. Classic SciThri stuff: bioweapons, gene therapy, international terror…Sounds like fun! All novels featured in guest author posts have been pre-screened by … Continue reading

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New release book review: EVEREST RISING by M.D. Kambic book review of Everest Rising by M.D. Kambic. a Rafflecopter giveaway Tech rating (out of 5):   Publication date: November 5, 2016 Category: Science thriller / science fiction / metaphysical Summary: In Vancouver, an earth science firm announces the ability to replicate … Continue reading

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Science in SciFi: Guest post by author Arthur Doweyko

ScienceThrillers welcomes Dr. Arthur Doweyko, author of the hard sci-fi novels Algorithm and As Wings Unfurl. Arthur blogs about science and science-y fiction concepts at his website. He offered to share some thoughts on the accuracy of science in science fiction … Continue reading

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I’ve enjoyed Robert Masello’s history- and science-themed thrillers and reviewed one, The Romanov Cross. When I heard he has a new release this week The Jekyll Revelation, I thought I’d share. Sounds like a good one! –A.R. On August 31st, 1888, … Continue reading

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