Steve Moore

Reviewer Steve Moore: Steve is a full-time writer and ex-scientist. Besides his many technical publications, he has written six sci-fi thrillers (one a novel for young adults), many short stories, and frequent comments on writing and the digital revolution in publishing. His interests also include physics, mathematics, genetics, robotics, forensics, and scientific ethics. Follow Here for his WEBSITE.

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Author: Tim Young

Publisher: Harmony Publishing


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Publisher: Nortia Press

ISBN: 978-0-9842252-7-9

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Publisher: Create Space

ISBN:  978-1475180589

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Publisher: St. Martins

ISBN: 978-1250007155

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ISBN: 978-1-927361-16-0

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ISBN: 9781927085103

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ISBN:  978-0-9848565-1-0

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Publisher: Sterling Gate Books

ISBN: 978-0473193133

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Author: Steven M. Forman

Publisher: Forge Books

ISBN: 978-0-7653-2876-2

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Author: Mike Nettleton

ISBN:  978-0984652419

Author: Dennis Quiles

Publisher: CreateSpace,

ISBN: 978-1456301033

Author: Jim Bruno

Publisher: Bittersweet House Press

ISBN: 0983764204

Author: Philip Yaffe
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Author: Carla Neggers

ISBN: 978-0-7783-1235-2

Publisher: Mira

Author: William Brown

ISBN: 9781617505119

Author: Bob Nesoff

Publisher: Strategic Publishing Group

ISBN: 978-1-61204-044-8

Authors: David R. Fett and Stephen Langford

Publisher: Synergy Books

ISBN: 978-0-9845040-2-2

Author: Steven Manly Visions

Publisher: New Page Books

ISBN:  978-1-60163-129-9

Visions of the Multiverse is a very readable introduction to some very strange concepts in physics. Its advantage is that it’s short and requires no math expertise from the lay reader, even though much of it is really about mathematics. However, it does require you to think about things. Its disadvantage is that it’s short and requires no math expertise—in other words, you may arrive at the end somewhat dissatisfied by your lack of understanding of these topics. If that’s the case, bless your soul, there are more meaty tomes (also with little or no mathematics) that expand on the ideas contained in this book.

Author: Armen Melikian

ISBN: 978-1-935097-51-8

Publisher: Two Harbors Press

If you like to read experimental and avant garde works, your prose and poetic muse will suffer satisfactory shock and awe with this novel. It is orthogonal to that literary and commercial space where you might find a good, well-plotted story to accompany you, say, on that long and uncomfortable plane ride from New York to LA. I call it a novel even though the story becomes lost in philosophical soliloquies and I’m sure at least some of it is autobiographical.

Author: Sven Michael Davison

Publisher: Bedouin Press

ISBN: 978-0-9666149-2-3

With State of Mind, Mr. Davison has written a bloody and mind-blowing tour de force, both literally and figuratively. It is both entertaining and thought-provoking but definitely not for the faint of heart.

Author: Daniel Palmer, Delirious

Publisher: Kensington Books

ISBN: 978-0-7582-4664-6)

Author: Boston Teran

ISBN:  9781567030563

Author: John J. Hohn

Publisher: Outskirts Press

ISBN: 978-1-4327-5875-2

Deadly Portfolio is a pleasant mixture of mystery and suspense that will entertain you by the fire with your sherry during a few fall or winter evenings.

Authors: Carolyn J. Rose and Mike Nettleton
Publishers: Krillpress
ISBN: 978-0-9821443-6-7

Author: Paul H. Peck

ISBN: 978-1-4357-0895-2

Publisher: Lulu

Author: Leona Bodie

Publisher: WRB Publishing

ISBN: 978-0-9844198-1-4

There is no mystery here. Shadow Cay is a thriller and the subject is revenge

Author: John L. Betcher

ISBN: 9781451521016

Do you need an entertaining and action-packed book for your summer reading? This is it! A very realistically portrayed terrorist attack in an unusual setting provided me with a nerve-wrenching adrenalin rush. If you’re into suspenseful thrillers, try this one on for size

Author: Carolyn J. Rose

Publisher: Five Star Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-59414-884-2

I recommend that you try this book—you’ll end up thoughtful about the human condition. You also may end up emotionally exhausted. But you’ll be entertained in the process.

Author: John L. Betcher
ISBN: 978-1451512717

The main theme of this novel, that the threat of cyber attacks becomes more and more important as the complexities of the chip manufacturing process bring us to the point where machines design the chips, is a very real one

Author: E. E. Hunt
Publisher: Publish America
ISBN: 1-60836-560-3

This novel is a mixed bag

Author: R. J. McDonnell
Publisher:  Killeena Publishing
ISBN: 978-0-9814914-2-4

You may approach it with some misgivings like I did—the title sounds too much like the first book, so you wonder.  Don’t.  McDonnell still tells an entertaining story, if not so funny this time

Author: Tempest O’Rourke
Publisher: Synergy Books
ISBN: 978-0-9823140-3-6

There are many lessons to be learned here.  The author has a wealth of real world experience behind him and this translates well to the written page.  He has constructed a thriller with philosophical meat, unusual for our times.  The negatives I have mentioned do not distract from this first-rate page turner.  I found it an excellent read.  Try it

Author: D. M. Annechino
ISBN: 978-098255503-3

This novel provided me with a comfortable evening sitting in my recliner and sipping my Jameson’s.  But I’m not sure this kind of suspense novel should be “comfortable.”  Deaver at his best is not comfortable.  Harris’ Hannibal is not comfortable.  Annechino’s story lacks that twist that leaves you breathless and wondering about the evil side of genius.On the other hand, this story ranks right up there with some of Deaver’s and Patterson’s work (which recently has become somewhat formulistic). I recommend you take a look.  Like I said, it has all the right stuff.

Author: Nan Becklean
Publisher: BookLocker
ISBN: 978-1-60145-747-9

Authors: Carolyn J. Rose and Mike Nettleton
Publisher: Krill Press
ISBN: 978-0-9821443-3-6

The Big Grabowski is subtitled A Devil’s Harbor Mystery.  Hopefully this means that there will be more in the series.  I recommend this one for your spring reading, or even to accompany your Irish coffee when the nor’easter is raging outside.  Enjoy it.  I did.

Author: Lawrence Lapin
ISBN: 978-0-9821020-0-8

This novel is about immortality—whether it’s a good thing and what you do when you get it

Author: Roberto Kusminsky 
Publisher: Krillpress
ISBN: 9780982144343

Author: Jay Kinney
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN:  978-0-06-082256-9

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Publisher: RGI Press
ISBN: 978-0-9792597-2-2

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Author: Jim Ciullo
Publisher: Mainly Murder Press
ISBN: 0-615-29012-4

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Author: R. J. McDonnell

Publisher: Killeena Publishing
ISBN: 978-0-9814914-1-7

There is a lot of interesting and entertaining fiction out there that needs to be discovered.  This novel is representative: it is a good, light summer read

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