Thursday, January 30, 2014
"The Clock Struck None" is a Best Bet at Kirkus
In addition to 20 recommended novels, he ends with a nod to short fiction:
Here are some short fiction titles this month that are worth a look. Why should you read them? Because short fiction gives you chance to experience new writers and new ideas in easily digestible chunks.
¨ Further Encounters of Sherlock Holmes edited by George Mann
¨ Grim edited by Christine Johnson
¨ Lovers & Fighters, Starships & Dragons by Tom Purdom
¨ The Clock Struck None by Lou Antonelli
So again, good news! Thanks, John!
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