The Moving Target, by Ross Macdonald (Lew Archer #1) — a book review

If you’re lucky enough to own a first-edition copy of this novel, you will notice that the author’s name printed on the dust jacket is “John Macdonald.” Kenneth Millar chose to write under a pseudonym because his wife, Margaret Millar, was already a well-known mystery novelist. The John Macdonald name was chosen after his father, […]

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A Shadow in Summer (Long Price Quartet #1), by Daniel Abraham — a book review

Daniel Abraham is one-half of the pseudonym James S.A. Corey, with Ty Franck, who, together, are the authors of The Expanse series of space opera novels. Since Ty Franck has no other writing credits to his name, I’ve always assumed that Abraham was the true author, while Ty Franck was the worldbuilder and story contributer. […]

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