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* * * Robert Greer Heat Shock US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Mysterious Press, 2003 (2003) Hardcover
Recovering white-water rafter Walker Rios and motorbike-riding ER doctor Carmen Nguyen stumble into a plot to produce superhuman beings. (MS)

* * Robert Greer The Mongoose Deception US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Frog, Ltd, 2007 (2007) Hardcover
The assassination of JFK comes to light once again - could the mob really have been involved? (MS)

* * * Michael Gregorio Critique of Criminal Reason US Orders
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Review Minotaur, 2006 (2006) Hardcover
A sophisticated, thought-provoking excursion into history and the fictional origins of forensic criminology. (TD)

* * * Michael Gregorio Days of Atonement US Orders
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Review Minotaur, 2008 (2007) Hardcover, Softcover
This sequel to Critique of Criminal Reason is simultaneously a high-quality mystery, intriguing historical fiction, and an erudite literary novel with complex characterizations, provocative themes, and pulse-pounding tension. (TD)

* * * Michael Gregorio A Visible Darkness US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Minotaur, 2011 (2009) Hardcover, Softcover, e-Book
Another powerful tale of 19th century murder and mayhem in which the philosophical realm of rationalism must contend with the irrational perversities of evil. (TD)