Dan Erwine

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Dan Erwine

Atomic Comics, #2

Atomic Comics: Cartoonists Confront the Nuclear World Although Atomic Comics was reviewed by Sunny earlier on this site, as an old-time comics fan, mostly from the

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Dylan the Biography
Biography
Dan Erwine

Dylan the Biography

“The answer my friend, is blowin’ in the wind.” So what was the question? At seventy-two, Bob Dylan’s hundreds of songs have become an iconic part

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Fiction
Dan Erwine

Mother, Mother

Not since Philip Wylie’s Generation of Vipers in 1942 has there been a more jaundiced portrait of motherhood. Mother, Mother is a novel about a

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Nonfiction
Dan Erwine

Quiet

Quiet – The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking Let me tell you a story. Growing up in the 1950s, I

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Reviews
Dan Erwine

Mending the Moon

With Mending the Moon, Nevada writer Susan Palwick emerges as a major literary figure. Her work until now has been mostly in the field of

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Dan Erwine

The Boleyn King

This alternate history novel takes us back to Tudor England’s royal family in the mid-sixteenth century. In reality, Anne Boleyn bore a female child to

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Fiction
Dan Erwine

True Believers

True Believers is a book for boomers, the generation that came of age in the 1960’s, a turbulent time of political unrest in America. There were

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Autobiography/Memoir
Dan Erwine

Almost Somewhere

You might reasonably expect Almost Somewhere: Twenty-eight Days on the John Muir Trail to be a trail guide, a documentary instruction booklet on how to hike through

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History
Dan Erwine

Black Fire

Robert Graysmith is a San Francisco writer best known for his true-crime accounts of serial killers: Zodiac, Unabomber, and Amerithrax: The Hunt for the Anthrax

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Dan Erwine

Blackout and All Clear

Connie Willis is one of the leading figures in science-fiction today. Her recent time-travel novels Blackout and All Clear (2010) won both the Hugo and

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Dan Erwine

The Name of the Star

Maureen Johnson’s latest YA novel, adds a few new wrinkles to the expanding mythology of Jack the Ripper. The myth-making began in 1913, just 25

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Fiction
Dan Erwine

Tumor

Inspired by the pulp magazine detective stories of the 1930‘s and ‘40‘s, Tumor is a graphic novel gathering in book form the eight parts that

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