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Reviews
1986
About Time—Jack Finney, in The Citizen, September 20, (1986)  
After the Flood—P.C. Jersild, in The Citizen, April 5, (1986)  
The Alternate Asimov—Isaac Asimov, in The Citizen, February 22, (1986)  
Another Part of the City—Ed McBain, in The Citizen, May 24, (1986)  
The Architect of Sleep—Steven R. Boyett, in SF Review #61, (1986)  
The Bachman Books—Stephen King, in The Ottawa Citizen, October 25, (1986)  
Bagdad—Ian Dennis, in SF Review #61, (1986)  
The Best of Margaret St. Clair—edited by Martin H. Greenberg ("Old-Fashioned Stories"), in Fantasy Review #87, (1986)  
Blood of Amber—Roger Zelazny, in The Ottawa Citizen, October 4, (1986)  
The Bone People—Keri Hulme, in Th Citizen, September 13, (1986)  
Burning Chrome—William Gibson, in The Citizen, July 5, (1986)  
Campbell Wood—Al Sarrantonio, in The Citizen, March 15, (1986)  
Cinderella—Ed McBain, in The Citizen, July 12, (1986)  
The Condo Kill—Richard Barth, in The Citizen, January 25, (1986)  
The Copper Crown & The Throne of Scone—Patricia Kennealy, in SF Review #61, (1986)  
Count Zero—William Gibson ("High-Tech, Streetwise Romance"), in The Citizen, May 31, (1986)  
The Cross-Time Engineer—Leo Frankowski, in SF Review #59, (1986)  
The Dark Cry of the Moon—Charles L. Grant ("New Life for a Hoary Tradition"), in Fantasy Review #90, (1986)  
Dark of the Moon—P.C. Hodgell, in SF Review #59, (1986)  
Days of Grass—Tanith Lee, in SF Review #58, (1986)  
Dead Air—Mike Lupica, in The Citizen, May 24, (1986)  
Double Exposure—Jim Stinson, in The Citizen, April 12, (1986)  
Doubting Thomas—Robert Reeve, in The Citizen, June 7, (1986)  
Dragonsbane—Barbara Hambly, in The Citizen, February 8, (1986)  
Dragonsbane— in SF Review #59, (1986)  
The Engima of Time—edited by Peter Brookesmith, in The Ottawa Citizen, November 1, (1986)  
Faces of Fear—Douglas E. Winter, in SF Review #59, (1986)  
Flood—Andrew H. Vachss, in The Citizen, April 5, (1986)  
Fool's Gold—Ted Wood ("Police Dog Mystery Has Bite"), in The Citizen, May 3, (1986)  
The Fraternity of the Stone—David Morrell, in The Citizen, January 25, (1986)  
Futuredays—Jean Marc Cote & Isaac Asimov, in The Citizen, September 20, (1986)  
Halloween Horror—edited by Alan Ryan, in The Ottawa Citizen,October 18, (1986)  
Hard Bargains—James Grady, in The Citizen, January 25, (1986)  
Hardwired—Walter Jon Williams, in The Citizen, June 25, (1986)  
Headless George and Other Stories Told in Canada—Steven Freygood, in The National Storytelling Journal, Vol.III, No.2, (1986)  
Hero of Dreams—Brian Lumley ("Back to the Pulps"), in Fantasy Review #95, (1986)  
A Hidden Place—Robert Charles Wilson ("Torontonian Makes Astonishing SF Debut"), in The Ottawa Citizen, October 4, (1986)  
Highway of Eternity—Clifford D. Simak, in The Citizen, June 7, (1986)  
The Hounds of God—Judith Tarr, in The Citizen, March 1, (1986)  
The Hounds of God— in SF Review #59, (1986)  
Huysman's Pets—Kate Wilhelm, in The Citizen, March 1, (1986)  
The Inner House—Walter Besant ("Boring Utopian Novel"), in Fantasy Review #93, (1986)  
Irish Folk Tales—edited by Henry Glassie, in The National Storytelling Journal, Vol.III, No.3, (1986)  
It—Stephen King ("King of Horror Wins Respect With His Sympathetic Characters"), in The Citizen, September 27, (1986)  
Jewel of the Nile—William Kotzwinkle, in The Citizen, July 26, (1986)  
Kull—Robert E. Howard ("Fine Heroic Fantasy Collection"), in Fantasy Review #87, (1986)  
The Last of the Breed—Louis L'Amour ("L'Amour Avoids Rambo Trap"), in The Citizen, July 12, (1986)  
Life's Work—Jonathan Valin, in The Citizen, October 4, (1986)  
Lifter—Crawford Kilian, in SF Review #61, (1986)  
Lightsource—Bari Wood, in The Citizen, March 22, (1986)  
The Magic Cottage—James Herbert, in The Citizen, August 9, (1986)  
Magic Kingdom for Sale—Sold!—Terry Brooks, in The Citizen, April 12, (1986)  
Merlin's Booke—Jane Yolen, in The Citizen, May 31, (1986)  
The Mirror of Her Dreams—Stephen R. Donaldson ("Latest Donaldson Work Complex, Absorbing—Another Sure Winner"), in The Ottawa Citizen, December 13, (1986) 
Moon—James Herbert, in The Citizen, August 12, (1986)  
The Moon and the Face—Patricia A. McKillip, in SF Review #58, (1986)  
Murder Straight Up—Edward Gorman, in The Ottawa Citizen, November 1, (1986)  
Mythago Wood—Robert Holdstock, in SF Review #59, (1986)  
New, Improved Murder—Edward Gorman, in The Citizen, March 1, (1986)  
New York by Knight—Esther Friesner ("Knight not Errant"), in Fantasy Review #95, (1986)  
Night Show—Richard Laymon, in The Ottawa Citizen, November 1, (1986)  
Night Moves—Tim Powers ("Delightful New Powers Story"), in Fantasy Review #93, (1986)  
Oil Patch Empire—John Ballem, in The Citizen, April 19, (1986)  
The Other Child—Michael Hale ("Top Notch First Novel Puts Serial Killer's Soul to Work in Artificial-Intelligence Computer"), in The Ottawa Citizen, November 29, (1986) 
The Penguin Encylopedia of Horror and the Supernatural—edited by Jack Sullivan, in The Ottawa Citizen, November 29, (1986)  
The Pet—Charles L. Grant, in The Ottawa Citizen, October 4, (1986)  
The Right to Sing the Blues—John Lutz, in The Citizen, March 1, (1986)  
Shadows 9—edited by Charles L. Grant, in The Ottawa Citizen, November 29, (1986)  
The Spy Who Barked in the Night—Marc Lovell, in The Citizen, February 22, (1986)  
The Staked Goat—Jeremiah Healy, in The Citizen, March 8, (1986)  
Stallion Gate—Martin Cruz Smith ("Gorky Park Author Loses Zip in US"), in The Citizen, April 26, (1986)  
The Stone Dragon and Other Tragic Romances—Murray Gilchrist ("Not to Everyone's Taste"), in Fantasy Review #93, (1986)  
Taming a Sea-Horse—Robert B. Parker ("Spenser Returns to Form"), in The Citizen, June 14, (1986)  
Tourist Season—Carl Hiaason, in The Citizen, May 31, (1986)  
Tuf Voyaging—George R.R. Martin, in The Citizen, March 22, (1986)  
Twilight Eyes—Dean R. Koontz ("Successful Change of Pace"), in Fantasy Review #88, (1986)  
Twisting the Rope—R.A. MacAvoy, in SF Review #61, (1986)  
Twisting the Rope- ("On the Road with the Black Dragon"), in Fantasy Review #95, (1986)  
Vendetta—Steve Shagan, in The Citizen, August 12, (1986)  
The Wandering Fire—Guy Gavriel Kay ("Torontonian May Have Fantasy Hit of the 80's"), in The Citizen, June 21, (1986)  
The Wandering Fire— in SF Review #61, (1986)  
When the Sacred Ginmill Closes—Lawrence Block, in The Citizen, June 7, (1986)  
Wildwood—John Farris, in The Ottawa Citizen, October 4, (1986)  
Winterking—Paul Hazel ("Final Finnbranch Volume Superb"), in Fantasy Review #92, (1986)  
Wizard of the Pigeons—Megan Lindholm, in SF Review #59, (1986)  
Wolf of Shadows—Whitley Streiber, in SF Review #58, (1986)  
Wrack & Roll—Bradley Denton, in The Ottawa Citizen, December 27, (1986)  
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 11—edited by Arthur W. Saha, in The Citizen, January 18, (1986)  
The Year's Best Science Fiction: Third Annual Collection—edited by Gardner Dozois, in The Citizen, June 7, (1986)  
1985
Beloved Exile—Parke Godwin, in Science Fiction Review #55, (1985)  
Big Fish—Thomas Perry, in The Citizen, October 19, (1985)  
Blood and Dreams—Richard Monaco, in The Citizen, September 28, (1985)  
Blood and Dreams—("A Conanesque Grail Quest"), in Fantasy Review #83, (1985)  
The Book of Kane—Karl Edward Wagner ("Long Overdue Collection"), in Fantasy Review #86, (1985)  
A Catskill Eagle—Robert B. Parker ("Parker Neatly Wraps Up Three-Novel Spenser Set"), in The Citizen, July 6, (1985)  
CV—Damon Knight, in The Citizen, November 30, (1985)  
Damnations—edited by R.L. Leming ("Too Many Trick Endings"), in Fantasy Review #75, (1985)  
Dayworld—Philip Jose Farmer ("Future World Short of Real Characters"), in The Citizen, March 2, (1985)  
The Dentist—J.N. Williamson ("Uninspired Horror"), in Fantasy Review #75, (1985)  
Dragonfield and Other Stories—Jane Yolen, in The Citizen, September 28, (1985)  
Dragonfield and Other Stories— in Science Fiction Review #57, (1985)  
Elsewhere, Vol.III—edited by Terri Windling & Mark Alan Arnold ("Better Than Average Fantasy Collection"), in Fantasy Review #75, (1985)  
Emergence—David Palmer ("Emergence, Second Opinion"), in Fantasy Review #75, (1985)  
The Ethnic Detectives—edited by Bill Pronzini & Martin H. Greenberg, in The Citizen, October 5, (1985)  
The Eyes of the Dragon—Stephen King ("King Reveals Top Form With New Fantasy"), in The Citizen, March 27, (1985)  
The Eyes of the Dragon— ("Privately Published Fantasy King's Best"), in Fantasy Review #81, (1985)  
The Far Islands—John Buchan ("Long Overdue Collection"), in Fantasy Review #75, (1985)  
The Fire Sword—Adrienne Martine-Barnes ("Light Adventure in Alternate Dark Ages"), in Fantasy Review #76, (1985)  
From A High Place—Edward Mathis, in The Citizen, December 28, (1985)  
The Ghost of Veronica Gray—Ken Eulo ("An Evening's Quick Read"), in Fantasy Review #83, (1985)  
Greystone Bay—edited by Charles L. Grant, in The Citizen, September 28, (1985)  
Horsemaster—Marilyn Singer, in Science Fiction Review #55, (1985)  
Imaro III: The Trail of Bohu—Charles R. Saunders, in The Citizen, November 16, (1985)  
Jaguar Woman—Lynn V. Andrews ("Woman's Role in Native Lore"), in The Citizen, September 28, (1985)  
Jian—Eric Van Lustbader ("Van Lustbader Writes Thinking Man's Novel About American's China Intrigues"), in The Citizen, September 14, (1985)  
Jubal Sackett—Louis L'Amour ("L'Amour Continues Sackett Saga Verbosely"), in The Citizen, June 15, (1985)  
Laguna Heat—T. Jefferson Parker, in The Citizen, December 28, (1985)  
The Last Adventurer: The Life of Talbut Mundy—Peter Berresford Ellis ("A Comprehensive Study"), in Fantasy Review #81, (1985)  
The Last Rainbow—Parke Godwin ("A Myth Mythologized"), in Fantasy Review #80, (1985)  
A Malady of Magics—Craig Shaw Gardner ("Good-Natured Slapstick"), in Fantasy Review #86, (1985)  
Minotaur—John Farris, in The Citizen, September 13, (1985)  
Minotaur— in Science Fiction Review #57, (1985)  
The Mist—Stephen King, in Science Fiction Review #55, (1985)  
A Monster at Christmas—Thomas Canty ("Gruesome Christmas Offering"), in Fantasy Review #86, (1985)  
Moon-Flash—Patricia A. McKillip ("Absorbing Reading"), in Fantasy Review #75, (1985)  
Moon-Flash— in Science Fiction Review #54, (1985)  
Moon of Wintertime: Missionaries and the Indians of Canada in Encounter Since 1534—John Webster Grant ("Churchman Cannot Avoid Missionary Flaws"), in The Citizen, March 30, (1985) 
Night of Power—Spider Robinson ("Takeover by Black Army Sparks New York Thriller"), in The Citizen, May 25, (1985)  
Night Visions 1—edited by Alan Ryan, in Science Fiction Review #55, (1985)  
Passin' Through—Louis L'Amour "(Louis L'Amour Hasn't Lost His Touch"), in The Citizen, October 5, (1985)  
The Princess of Flames—Ru Emerson ("Engrossing"), in Fantasy Review #86, (1985)  
The Secrets of Harry Bright—Joseph Wambaugh; Hands of a Stranger—Robert Daley ("Daley's Plot Outshines Wambaugh's"), in The Citizen, November 23, (1985) 
Shadoweyes—Kathryn Ptacek, in Science Fiction Review #56, (1985)  
Snowbrother—S.M. Sterling, in The Citizen, December 7, (1985)  
Steppe—Piers Anthony, in The Citizen, December 7, (1985)  
The Stone Silenus—Jane Yolen ("Great Pan is Dead"), in Fantasy Review #75, (1985)  
Stormwarden—Janny Wurts, in Science Fiction Review #55, (1985)  
The Summer Tree—Guy Gavriel Kay ("Literate but Inconclusive Beginning"), in Fantasy Review #75, (1985)  
Taming the Tiger: The Struggle to Control Technology—Witold Rybczynski, in The Citizen, June 21, (1985)  
The Tomb—F. Paul Wilson ("Fast Moving Thriller"), in Fantasy Review #77, (1985)  
The White Pipes—Nancy Kress ("A New Direction in Kress's Third Novel"), in Fantasy Review #78, (1985)  
Wings of Omen—edited by Robert Lynn Asprin & Lynn Abbey ("Solid Series Anthology"), in Fantasy Review #75, (1985)  
The World Ends in Hickory Hollow—Ardath Mayhar ("Not Simply Another Mad Max Post-War Novel"), in Fantasy Review #79, (1985)  
The Year's Best Horror Stories: Series XIII—edited by Karl Edward Wagner, in The Citizen, December 7, (1985)  
1984
The Adventures of Samurai Cat—Mark E. Rogers ("Furball from Hell"), in Fantasy Review #70, (1984)  
Brisingamen—Diana L. Paxson, in Science Fiction Review #53, (1984)  
Cast A Cold Eye—Alan Ryan ("Ryan's Latest Shows Artistic Growth"), in Fantasy Review #70, (1984)  
The Fire When It Comes—Parke Godwin ("Wild Card Talent"), in Fantasy Review #70, (1984)  
Tales of Wonder—Jane Yolen ("America's Shanachie"), in Fantasy Review #64, (1984)  
1983
Anvil of the Heart—Bruce T. Holmes ("Anvil is 'Heart-true'"), in Fantasy Newsletter #60, (1983)  
1981
The Keep—F. Paul Wilson ("Sure-Handed Horror"), in Ottawa Review #270, (1981)  
Little, Big—John Crowley ("Wonderful Journey"), in Ottawa Review #264, (1981)  
[*as Samuel M. Key] 
 
updated to 11 October 2012

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