Book report #34, Sexual Homicide: Patterns & Motives, by Robert K. Ressler et al:
Results of extensive jailhouse interviews by the FBI with 36 murderers, including anonymous case studies and a discussion of patterns of behavior in same. Fascinating reading (for me, anyway), and another one of those books that's really useful to the working writer.
Not a lot of new information for me, here (this was originally published over twenty years ago), but this is presented in a no-nonsense and well-organized fashion, without a lot of faffing about.
And now, some reviews:
"Tideline," in the current Asimov's, gets some attention. You can read the first bit of the story here.
Happy Pixel-stained technopeasant wretch day.
And here is what other people thought of it:
Reviews of Jim Baen's universe #5, including my short "War Stories:"
Reviews of Carnival:
Reviews of Blood & Iron:
Reviews of Blood & Iron *and* Carnival:
Reviews of Fast Forward 1, including my story "The Something-Dreaming Game."
Reviews of New Amsterdam:
Reviews of Scardown:
Yes, I saw what Truesdale said. You can all stop sending me links now, because I don't care.
* "Not necessarily in that order."