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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
It’s been a while since I reminded my ScienceThrillers audience about LabLit.com, an extraordinary website and online community whose focus overlaps with ours. LabLit is “dedicated to real laboratory culture and to the portrayal and perceptions of that culture – … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com review of The Neanderthal’s Aunt by Gina DeMarco ScienceThrillers says, buy this book! Publication date: January 2014 Category: Unclassifiable LabLit; humor Tech rating (out of 5): Summary (from the author): Sara Nicoletta, PhD, is about to become the aunt of … Continue reading
See the new “Bookstore” tab in the ScienceThrillers menu? With help from amazon, ScienceThrillers now offers you a one-stop shop to find the genre’s best titles and authors–and all purchases support this website community. I’ll continue to add sub-categories to … Continue reading
International Thriller Writers debut author new release The Colony by AJ Colucci a Rafflecopter giveaway (excellent; top 30% of SciThri) Publication date: Nov. 13, 2012 Category: science thriller Summary (from the publisher): A series of gruesome attacks have been sweeping New … Continue reading
No star rating given because this book is not a thriller Publication date: Sept. 4, 2012 Category: medical historical fiction Summary (from the publisher): The year is 1796, and a trading ship arrives in the vibrant trading town of Newburyport, Massachusetts. … Continue reading
I just heard about this new indie film, written and directed by Valerie Weiss, founder of PhD Productions and biophysics PhD graduate from Harvard Medical School. Losing Control appears to be your usual silly, sometimes coarse, romantic comedy fare with … Continue reading