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Reviews
1989
Ancient Images—Ramsey Campbell, in The Ottawa Citizen, August 13, (1989)  
Blood is Not Enough—edited by Ellen Datlow, in Science Fiction Eye #5, (1989)  
The Dark Half—Stephen King "King Still Scares"), in The Ottawa Citizen, November 12, (1989)  
Dayworld Rebel—Philip Jose Farmer, in Elliott's Bookline #6, (1989)  
Down River—Stephen Gallagher, in The Ottawa Citizen, August 13, (1989)  
The Drawing of the Three—Stephen King ("King: Crowned Head of the Fantasists"), in The Ottawa Citizen, April 30, (1989)  
Eden's Eyes—Sean Costello ("Medical Horror Thriller from Ex-Ottawa Doctor"), in The Ottawa Citizen, March 18, (1989)  
Education of A Wandering Man—Louis L'Amour ("L'Amour: Entertaining Writer"), in The Ottawa Citizen, November 26, (1989)  
Fade—Robert Cormier ("Invisibility in Superb Instant Classic"), in The Ottawa Citizen, August 26, (1989)  
French Kiss—Eric Van Lustbader ("French Kiss: Riveting Thriller"), in The Ottawa Citizen, April 2, (1989)  
Frost and Fire—Roger Zelazny, in The Ottawa Citizen, August 13, (1989)  
Gate of Darkness, Circle of Light—Tanya Huff, in The Ottawa Citizen, September 23, (1989)  
The Haunted Mesa—Louis L'Amour, in Elliott's Bookline #6, (1989)  
The Ideal, Genuine Man—Don Robertson, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 20, (1989)  
Infernal Devices—K.W. Jeter, in Elliott's Bookline #6, (1989)  
Lavondyss—Robert Holdstock ("Stunning Fantasy"), in The Ottawa Citizen, December 30, (1989)  
McKain's Dilemma—Chet Williamson, in The Ottawa Citizen, June 18, (1989)  
Midnight—Dean R. Koontz ("Another Winner from Koontz"), in The Ottawa Citizen, January 8, (1989)  
The Midnight Examiner—William Kotzwinkle, in The Ottawa Citizen, July 16, (1989)  
NightEyes—Garfield Reeves-Stevens ("Nighteyes: Thriller from Space"), in The Ottawa Citizen, April 16, (1989)  
Novelty—John Crowley, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 21, (1989)  
Oktober—Stephen Gallagher, in The Ottawa Citizen, March 26, (1989)  
Parallel Universes—Fred Alan Wolf, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 6, (1989)  
Peeper—Loren D. Estleman, in The Ottawa Citizen, November 12, (1989)  
Playmates—Robert B. Parker ("Playmates: Spenser Still Hardboiled, On Track"), in The Ottawa Citizen, April 23, (1989)  
Poodle Springs—Robert B. Parker ("Last Goodbye"), in The Ottawa Citizen, October 8, (1989)  
The Snake Oil Wars—Parke Godwin, in The Ottawa Citizen, August 13, (1989)  
Stalking the Angel—Robert Crais, in The Ottawa Citizen, Ocotber 29, (1989)  
The Stephen King Companion—George Beahm, in The Ottawa Citizen, November 19, (1989)  
Traditional Irish Music—William Sullivan, in Concertina & Squeezebox #20, (1989)  
Under the Lake—Stuart Woods, in Elliott's Bookline #6, (1989)  
View from the Oldest House—Richard Grant, in The Ottawa Citizen, December 17, (1989)  
Walkers—Graham Masterton, in The Ottawa Citizen, September 24, (1989)  
The Year's Best Fantasy—edited by Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, in The Ottawa Citizen, July 16, (1989)  
The Year's Best Science Fiction—edited by Gardener Dozois, in The Ottawa Citizen, July 16, (1989)  
1988
Barking Dogs—Terence M. Green ("Ultimate Lie Detector in 1999 Toronto"), in The Ottawa Citizen, May 14, (1988)  
Bloodshift—Garfield Reeves-Stevens, in The Ottawa Citizen, July 2, (1988)  
Bones of the Moon—Jonathan Carroll, in The Ottawa Citizen, April 9, (1988)  
The Bones Wizard—Alan Ryan, in The Ottawa Citizen, March 12, (1988)  
Canuck Comics—ed. John Bell, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Cardography—Orson Scott Card, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Catspaw—Joan D. Vinge, in The Ottawa Citizen, November 5, (1988)  
Chess With A Dragon—David Gerrold, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Crimson Joy—Robert B. Parker ("Challenges for Spenser"), in The Ottawa Citizen, August 13, (1988)  
The Dark Door—Kate Wilhelm, in The Ottawa Citizen, October 22, (1988)  
The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three—Stephen King, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Deserted Cities of the Heart—Lewis Shiner, in The Ottawa Citizen, October 1, (1988)  
Fat Face—Michael Shea, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
The Folk of the Air—Peter S. Beagle, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Fool's Run—Patricia A. McKillip, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Ghosts of Night and Morning—Marvin Kaye, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
The Harvest Bride—Tony Richard, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
The Hunting Season—John Coyne, in The Ottawa Citizen, July 23, (1988)  
The Jehovah Contract—Victor Koman, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Knight on Horseback—Ann Rabinowitz, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Koko—Peter Straub ("Straub's Vietnam Thriller Lacks His Usual Literary Strength"), in The Ottawa Citizen, October 2, (1988)  
The Lady of Han-Gilen—Judith Tarr, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Live Girls—Ray Garton, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
A Man Rides Through—Stephen R. Donaldson ("A Leisurely Journey With Magic-Imagers Through Fantasy Land"), in The Ottawa Citizen, January 2, (1988) 
Merlin—Norma Lorre Goodrich, in The Ottawa Citizen, February 20, (1988)  
Misery—Stephen King, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Mona Lisa Overdrive—William Gibson ("Back to the Future World"), in The Ottawa Citizen, November 6, (1988)  
The Nightingale—Kara Dalkey, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 28, (1988)  
The Nightrunners—Joe R. Lansdale, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Return to Eden—Harry Harrison, in The Ottawa Citizen, August 13, (1988)  
Rumours of Spring—Richard Grant, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Shadowfires—Leigh Nichols, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
The Silence of the Lambs—Thomas Harris ("Chilling Serial Murderer"), in The Ottawa Citizen, August 20, (1988)  
Spectre—Stephan Laws, in OtherRealms #20, (1988)  
Swan Dive—Jeremiah Healy, in The Ottawa Citizen, November 27, (1988)  
A Thief of Time—Tony Hillerman, in The Ottawa Citizen, August 20, (1988)  
Under the Lake—Stuart Woods, in The Ottawa Citizen, April 9, (1988)  
Unicorn Mountain—Michael Bishop, in The Ottawa Citizen, August 13, (1988)  
Watchers—Dean R. Koontz, in The Ottawa Citizen, April 2, (1988)  
Watchers- in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
Wild Cards II: Aces High—ed. by George R.R. Martin, in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988, edited by Robert A. Collins & Rob Latham, Westport/London: Meckler, (1988) [ISBN 0-88736-249-4
ISSN 1040-192X]
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 13—edited by Arthur W. Saha, in The Ottawa Citizen, February 13, (1988)  
The Year's Best Science Fiction—edited by Gardner Dozois, in The Ottawa Citizen, August 13, (1988)  
Zero—Eric Van Lustbader ("Fine Asia Thriller"), in The Ottawa Citizen, May 7, (1988)  
1987
Aegypt—John Crowley, in The Ottawa Citizen, June 6, (1987)  
Ash Wednesday—Chet Williamson, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 30, (1987)  
Best Science Fiction of the Year #16—edited by Terry Carr, in The Ottawa Citizen, September 5, (1987)  
The Black Dahlia—James Ellroy, in The Ottawa Citizen, December 26, (1987)  
A Book Dragon—Donn Kushner ("U of O Professor's Fine Fantasy for All Ages"), in The Ottawa Citizen, Oct.31, (1987)  
The Broonie, Silkies & Fairies—Duncan Williamson, in The Ottawa Citizen, June 27, (1987)  
Brothers—William Goldman ("Return of the Marathon Man"), in The Ottawa Citizen, March 7, (1987)  
Buffalo Gals and Other Animal Presences—Ursula K. Le Guin, in The Ottawa Citizen, November 28, (1987)  
Canuck Comics—edited by John Bell ("Canadian Comics Thriving Culture"), in The Ottawa Citizen, May 23, (1987)  
Cardography—Orson Scott Card ("Perfect Use of a Small Press"), in Fantasy Review #103, (1987)  
Catmagic—Jonathan Barry & Whitley Streiber, in The Ottawa Citizen, June 6, (1987)  
Cat's Pawn—Leslie Gadallah, in The Ottawa Citizen, July 11, (1987)  
Child of Darkness—David Silva ("Fine Debut Novel"), in Fantasy Review #100, (1987)  
Communion—Whitley Streiber, in The Ottawa Citizen, June 6, (1987)  
Conan the Raider—Leonard Carpenter ("More of the Same"), in Fantasy Review #96, (1987)  
Corkscrew—Ted Wood ("Top Rank Tale"), in The Ottawa Citizen, December 12, (1987)  
Cozumel—E. Howard Hunt, in The Ottawa Citizen, January 17, (1987)  
Crow's Parliament—Jack Curtis, in The Ottawa Citizen, September 5, (1987)  
Crystal Woman—Lynn V. Andrews, in The Ottawa Citizen, December 26, (1987)  
The Curious Quests of Brigadier Ffellowes—Sterling E. Lanier ("Old-Fashioned Tales, but a New Voice"), in Fantasy Review #98, (1987) 
The Darkest Road—Guy Gavriel Kay ("Weaving Stuff Legends Are Made of into Magnificent Conclusion"), in The Ottawa Citizen, January 31, (1987) 
The Darkest Road- ("Magnificent Conclusion to Trilogy"), in Fantasy Review # 97, (1987)  
The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three—Stephen King ("Fantasy Escape for Horror Master"), in The Ottawa Citizen, July 4, (1987)  
The Death Ceremony—James Melville, in The Armchair Detective, Vol.20, No.1, (1987)  
The Dictionary of Imaginary Places—Alberto Manguel & Gianni Guadalupi ("Magic Guidebook to Imaginary Places"), in The Ottawa Citizen, August 29, (1987) 
The Eyes of the Dragon—Stephen King ("Beyond the Creaking Door, Lyrical Fantasies with the Walkin' Dude"), in The Ottawa Citizen, January 24, (1987) 
Fantastic Voyage II: Destination Brain—Isaac Asimov, in The Ottawa Citizen, November 28, (1987)  
Fat Face—Michael Shea ("Shoggoths Cruising for Hookers"), in Fantasy Review #102, (1987)  
Fat Tuesday—Earl W. Emerson, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 30, (1987)  
Favorite Folk Tales from Around the World—Jane Yolen, in The Ottawa Citizen, January 24, (1987)  
Fires of the Kindred—Robin Skelton ("Spiritual Depth in Witch Fantasy"), in The Ottawa Citizen, December 26, (1987)  
The Folk of the Air—Peter S. Beagle ("Well Worth the Wait"), in Fantasy Review #100, (1987)  
Fool's Run—Patricia A. McKillip in The Ottawa Citizen, April 11, (1987)  
Fool's Run- ("New Direction"), in Fantasy Review #102, (1987)  
The Harvest Bride—Tony Richard ("Fine Hardboiled Thriller"), in Fantasy Review #101, (1987)  
The Haunted Mesa—Louis L'Amour ("L'Amour Sortie into Haunted World"), in The Ottawa Citizen, June 27, (1987)  
The Hounds of God—Judith Tarr ("Superb Conclusion to Trilogy"), in Fantasy Review #99, (1987)  
The Hounds of the Morrigan—Pat O'Shea ("Enchanting Voyage Through Irish Myth"), in Fantasy Review # 97, (1987)  
Infernal Devices—K.W. Jeter, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 30, (1987)  
An Infinite Number of Monkeys—Les Roberts, in The Ottawa Citizen, July 11, (1987)  
The Jehovah Contract—Victor Koman, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 9, (1987)  
The Jehovah Contract— ("Terrific Hardboiled SF"), in Fantasy Review #103, (1987)  
Kaeti & Company—Keith Roberts ("Something Different"), in Fantasy Review #99, (1987)  
The Lady of Han-Gilen—Judith Tarr ("Warm Characters, Old Plot"), in The International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts Newsletter, Fall, (1987) 
Lady Yesterday—Loren D. Estleman, in The Ottawa Citizen, September 5, (1987)  
The Last Great Human Road Show—Paulette Jones ("Last Human Road Show in Post-Holocaust Toronto"), in The Ottawa Citizen, April 11, (1987)  
The Last Great Human Road Show— ("Disappointing Near Future Novel"), in Fantasy Review #100, (1987)  
Live Girls—Ray Garton ("Vampires in Times Square"), in Fantasy Review #101, (1987)  
The Long Night of the Grave—Charles L. Grant ("Fine Conclusion to 'Trilogy'"), in Fantasy Review #98, (1987)  
Lovecraft's Providence & Adjacent Parts—Henry L.P. Beckwith ("Enjoyable Tour Guide"), in Fantasy Review #97, (1987)  
The Marvelous Boy—Peter Corris, in The Armchair Detective, Vol.20. No.4, (1987)  
Misery—Stephen King ("Intense Study of Characters King's Best?"), in The Ottawa Citizen, June 6, (1987)  
The Moon Goddess and the Son—Donald Kingsbury ("Futurism as Gripping as Thriller"), in The Ottawa Citizen, Oct. 17, (1987)  
Murdock for Hire—Robert J. Ray, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 30, (1987)  
Nightfall—John Farris, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 16, (1987)  
Night Games—Colin Wilcox, in The Ottawa Citizen, September 26, (1987)  
Nowhere Man—Jerry Oster, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 9, (1987)  
Pale Kings and Princes—Robert B. Parker ("Spenser's Bloody Cocaine Caper"), in The Ottawa Citizen, July 25, (1987)  
Paper Dragons—James P. Blaylock ("One of the Best"), in Fantasy Review #96, (1987)  
The Perfect Circus—Frederick Biro ("Avoiding Radiation and Rats in Post-Holocaust Toronto"), in The Ottawa Citizen, June 27, (1987)  
Predators—Eric Sauter, in The Ottawa Citizen, June 6, (1987)  
Rumours of Spring—Richard Grant, in The Ottawa Citizen, February 21, (1987)  
Rumours of Spring— ("How To Do It Right"), in Fantasy Review #99, (1987)  
Sandeagozu—Jahann V. Jenner ("Good, but Wordy"), in Fantasy Review #102, (1987)  
The Sensitives—Herbert Burkholz, in The Ottawa Citizen, September 26, (1987)  
Shades of Darkness—Richard Cowper ("Convincing Ghost Story"), in Fantasy Review #100, (1987)  
Shadowfires—Leigh Nichols, in The Ottawa Citizen, February 21, (1987)  
Shadowfires— ("Top-Notch Chase Thriller"), in Fantasy Review #100, (1987)  
Sign of Chaos—Roger Zelazny, in The Ottawa Citizen, September 5, (1987)  
The Stone and the Flute—Hans Bemmann, in The Ottawa Citizen, December 26, (1987)  
Strega—Andrew Vachss, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 30, (1987)  
Suicide Hill—James Ellroy, in The Armchair Detective, Vol.20, No.2 The Summer Tree—Guy Gavriel Kay ("Battling Evil Maugrim with Toronto Students"), in The Ottawa Citizen, January 31, (1987) 
The Sun, the Moon and the Stars—Steven Brust, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 23, (1987)  
Suspects—William J. Caunitz, in The Ottawa Citizen, August 29, (1987)  
A Tax in the Blood—Benjamin M. Schutz, in The Ottawa Citizen, October 17, (1987)  
Toll Call—Stephen Greenleaf, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 30, (1987)  
The Tommyknockers—Stephen King ("Last Novel From King for Five Years"), in The Ottawa Citizen, November 28, (1987)  
To Sail Beyond the Sunset—Robert A. Heinlein, in The Ottawa Citizen, August 1, (1987)  
Trial by Fury—J.A. Jance, in The Armchair Detective, Vol.20, No.4, (1987)  
The Tricksters—Margaret Mahy ("Remarkable Novel for Any Age"), in Fantasy Review #96, (1987)  
Vacuum Flowers—Michael Swanwick, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 9, (1987)  
Voice of the Whirlwind—Walter Jon Williams, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 30, (1987)  
Watchers—Dean R. Koontz ("Far More Than Just a Thriller"), in Fantasy Review #99, (1987)  
Weaveworld—Clive Barker ("Horror's Future Stays in Fantasy's Present"), in The Ottawa Citizen, October 24, (1987)  
Whisperland—Christopher Hyde ("Generations of Corporate Intrigue in Ottawan's Taut Thriller"), in The Ottawa Citizen, November 28, (1987)  
Wild Cards II: Aces High—edited by George R.R. Martin ("Weak Sequel"), in Fantasy Review #100, (1987)  
Winter Reckoning—Noel-Anne Brennan ("Enjoyable Science Fantasy"), in Fantasy Review #98, (1987)  
The Year's Best Horror Stories: XV—edited by Karl Edward Wagner, in The Ottawa Citizen, December 19, (1987)  
The Year's Best Science Fiction—edited by Gardner Dozois, in The Ottawa Citizen, May 23, (1987)  
Yellow Fog—Les Daniels ("San Sebastian's Back and Getting Closer"), in Fantasy Review #98, (1987)  
 
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