Monthly Archive: December 2010

The National Museum of the Pacific War, Fredericksburg, Texas 1

The National Museum of the Pacific War, Fredericksburg, Texas

For anyone with interest in history in general and World War II in particular, the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, Texas is a must see. There are three main buildings housing...

The Monsters (Doc Savage #7) 1

The Monsters (Doc Savage #7)

This is the 14th story in Street and Smith’s original publishing order. When you have 180+ stories, there are going to be some lemons, and this was certainly one.  The story starts out promising,...

Review of The Kensei by Jon F. Merz on SFSignal 0

Review of The Kensei by Jon F. Merz on SFSignal

My review of The Kensei, the 5th Lawson vampire novel by Jon F. Merz, has been posted on SFSignal.com. An excerpt: When you mention vampire and sword in the same sentence, most people will...

Meteor Menace (Doc Savage #3) 0

Meteor Menace (Doc Savage #3)

This is the 13th story in Street and Smith’s original publishing order. As I’ve stated many times, re-reading the books in the originally published order links them together. This story starts in Chile, where...

A new book from JoSara MeDia – The Judas Conspiracy 0

A new book from JoSara MeDia – The Judas Conspiracy

My wife and I started a publishing and media company a couple of years ago for a variety of reasons, to keep me off the streets, and mainly so that she would humor me...

Jack of Ravens by Mark Chadbourn 1

Jack of Ravens by Mark Chadbourn

At the beginning of the year, I devoured (pun intended, Mark might get it) Mr. Chadbourn’s Age of Misrule trilogy. It is only fitting that I end the year with the start of the...

Hidden codes in the Mona Lisa 0

Hidden codes in the Mona Lisa

We always new it was true…or at least wanted it to be. From the Dec. 12 UK Telegraph: “To the naked eye the symbols are not visible but with a magnifying glass they can...

The Man Who Shook the Earth (Doc Savage #43) 0

The Man Who Shook the Earth (Doc Savage #43)

This is the 12th story in Street and Smith’s original publishing order. Though this story was written in 1934, it is the first in the series chronologically that mentions what will become World War...

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