Routine Analog fayre, which I’m a bit surprised to see in this volume.
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Michael F. Flynn. Where the Winds Are All Asleep. An Oirish Bar is the opening setting, with Flynn trying to hide amongst the blarney and the craic a fair amount of scientific discussion around abiogenesis – the origin of life from non-living matter. It being an Irish bar, a story is then told, a tale […]
Henry G. Stratmann. The Last Tempation of Katerina Savitskaya. A sequel to ‘The Paradise Project’ (Analog Nov 2007) which I noted was ‘very much Golden Age SF in its telling and characterisation … some charmingly old-fashioned morals’. And sure enough we are re-introduced to Katerina standing with her freshly shampooed hair blowing in the breeze, […]
Thomas R. Dulsi. Guaranteed Not to Turn Pink in the Can. A private investigator is hired by a concerned father to check up on his daughter – an academic who has suddenly eschewed her scientific background for best-seller popular science. The PI is intrigued, as her first book, about alien abduction, is clearly an academic […]