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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Critical Blast

Critical Blast.  No, not a new Destroyer title. It's the name of a website which "is dedicated to delivering news, reviews, opinions and interviews from the field of entertainment and pop culture."  One of the contributors is Destroyer fan and book reviewer R.J. Carter.
Many of his Destroyer articles appeared in The-Trades. Unfortunately, the site's owners decided to stop running it, so that site is now defunct. But R.J. and some of the other contributors got together and started Critical Review. Go check it out and "like" the site's Facebook page as well.
Fortunately, R.J. managed to save some Destroyer and Legacy reviews and interviews, including this one with Warren Murphy and James Mullaney.

Red on the Menu now available

The Red Menace #5: Red on the Menu, is now available from Amazon and also on Smashwords for epub, pdf, rtf, lrf, pdb,  txt and html.


Something fishy is going on at famous Franklin Morrow's Restaurants. Why is the most successful chain of eateries in the U.S. suddenly catering to the murder and mayhem crowd, and who exactly is the mysterious man in the ten gallon hat with an all-you-can eat appetite for death and destruction?

All signs point to something big and bad being served up soon, but the CIA, FBI and Pentagon are all out to lunch, leaving only one of America's intelligence agencies to chew around the edges of a vast and horrifying terror plot.

When one body too many surfaces, MIC Director Simon Kirk has finally had a bellyful of bad bistro news and decides that someone is in need of some just desserts. And, of course, who else but Podge Becket and the brilliant Dr. Thaddeus Wainwright would be dispatched to act as the ultimate antacid?

As always, how does America spell relief? R-E-D M-E-N-A-C-E!