A Conspiracy Review

Over at Amazing Stories we find,

The reviewer (Ricky L. Brown) was kind, describing the anthology as “some of the most thought provoking conspiracy works available.”

Yes, yes, but what did he say about our story?

“One Night in Bavaria” by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald – This is a complex story that ties the Bavarian Illuminati to the sordid tales that surrounded the controversial Ludwig II and makes one wonder just what other influences lay hidden throughout history.

So:  Conspiracy.  Buy one!  Better still, buy a dozen!  They make excellent gifts.

 

Also:  A big honkin’ sample.  Complete stories!

One thought on “A Conspiracy Review

  1. I’d wondered why it was that Conspiracy didn’t seem to be at either Amazon or B&N. Surely NESFA could get books placed there, right?

    Well …. It turns out that Conspiracy edited by Judith K. Dial and Thomas A. Easton is available at Amazon

    http://www.amazon.com/Conspiracy-Clements/dp/1610373103

    ISBN-10: 1610373103
    ISBN-13: 978-1610373104

    It’s just that the Author block is so completely munged that you can’t find it by searching on author or editor.

    I haven’t found it at barnesandnoble.com yet … but it could be there, only with the metadata so munged that it’s effectively invisible.

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