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Scarhaven Keep

by J.S. Fletcher

This is another well-written Fletcher mystery. Fletcher usually develops his plots around some interesting characters and settings, this book is no exception. I enjoyed the unexpected revelation at the end of the book.

Reviewed on 2014.10.17

Nexus

by Robert Boyczuk

The initial story line sounded promising. Returning from a 30 year space voyage, the crew finds their home planet destroyed by plague. But the snail's pace of the plot and unconvincing characters were too much for me to overcome. I found the book disappointing considering the high reviews - as always, decide for yourself.

Reviewed on 2014.01.27

Planet of the Damned

by Harry Harrison

As in his novel _Deathworld_, the author builds much of the story line around the idea of human physiological adaptations to alien environments. It was a pleasant surprise to find this Hugo-nominated book here. Thank you, manybooks!

Reviewed on 2013.03.28

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