Monthly Archives: December 2007

Thoughts on TechGnosis by Erik Davis (Part 2)

It’s funny how the things you read can relate to each other. Here’s some passages from the fantastic occult/historical novel The Fiery Angel by the Russian Decadent/Symbolist Valery Bruisov that really seem to speak to the musings about god I … Continue reading

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CRIME BEAT: Turkey Terrorist Seeks Thanksgiving Payback

Turkey crashes through window TRAVERSE CITY – The noise that Chuck Ritter heard while sitting in his living room was a turkey that crashed through a third-story bedroom window. The 83-year-old Ritter was relaxing Saturday when the uninvited guest arrived. … Continue reading

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To my many, many devoted fans: I know everyone wanted to see me last night. It was strange – I was just standing at the ultra-hip, wildly successful Mark Fair (now weekly) with my devoted press agent Jordan Miller from … Continue reading

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Crime Beat: Holidays Are Special Times!

Merry Christmas! Ann Arbor police said they arrested a 22-year-old University of Michigan student who assaulted her roommates and destroyed Christmas decorations during a drunken rampage early this morning. Officers responded to a disturbance call to a home in the … Continue reading

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Gas City by Loren D. Estleman

One of the many great things about Loren D. Estleman is that he’s not afraid to write a flat out private eye novel, and it’s his unapologetic embrace of genre that paradoxically allows his books to transcend genre. But as … Continue reading

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Thought on TechGnosis by Erik Davis (Part 1)

TechGnosis by Erik Davis is quite a read. It’s the kind of book that seems like the product of a lifetime of reading and research, extremely thought provoking if only because it’s so crammed full of thought and opinion. As … Continue reading

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