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Must-read microbiome stories: I CONTAIN MULTITUDES book review

ScienceThrillers.com book review of I Contain Multitudes by Ed Yong Publication date: August 2016 Category: Popular science Summary (from the publisher): A groundbreaking, wondrously informative, and vastly entertaining examination of the most significant revolution in biology since Darwin—a “microbe’s-eye view” of the world that … Continue reading

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SciThri new releases: February 2017

Here’s the ScienceThrillers.com 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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Book review: LAB GIRL by Hope Jahren

ScienceThrillers.com 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 ScienceThrillers.com … Continue reading

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New release book review: EVEREST RISING by M.D. Kambic

ScienceThrillers.com 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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BLOOD OF THE WHITE BEAR: Guest post by Marcia Calhoun Forecki

ScienceThrillers welcomes Marcia Calhoun Forecki, co-author of Blood of the White Bear along with Gerald Schnitzer. Zoonoses, infectious diseases that jump from one species into another, are scary in real life and make good fiction. Here, the focus in on hantavirus … Continue reading

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SciThri new releases: October 2016

Here’s the ScienceThrillers.com 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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THE FURIES BOG: Guest post by Deborah Jackson

ScienceThrillers welcomes Deborah Jackson author of The Furies Bog, a science fiction mystery set on both Earth and Mars. In this novel, Mars is being reborn in a massive terraforming enterprise. But a secret lies beneath its surface—evidence of an unprecedented feat … Continue reading

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