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Gary Inbinder
Gary Inbinder is a retired attorney who left the practice of law to write full-time. His fiction, articles and essays have appeared in Bewildering Stories, Halfway Down the Stairs, The Absent Willow Review, Morpheus Tales, Touchstone Magazine and other publications. Gary is a member of The... show more

Gary Inbinder is a retired attorney who left the practice of law to write full-time. His fiction, articles and essays have appeared in Bewildering Stories, Halfway Down the Stairs, The Absent Willow Review, Morpheus Tales, Touchstone Magazine and other publications. Gary is a member of The Historical Novel Society. He is also a member of the Bewildering Stories Editorial Review Board. His novels, The Flower to the Painter(2011) and Confessions of the Creature (2012), are published by Fireship Press. His new historical murder mystery, The Devil in Montmartre: A Mystery in Fin de Siècle Paris, will be out in hardcover edition from Pegasus Books (Distributed in the U.S. by W.W. Norton, & Co) with an expected December 15, 2014 publication date.
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Celticlady's Reading Room
Celticlady's Reading Room rated it 3 years ago
Castles, Customs and Kings edited by Debra Brown and the late M.M. Bennetts and has essays from such historical fiction authors such as Katherine Ashe, Gillian Bagwell, Nancy Bilyeau, Sandra Byrd, Stephanie Cowell, Christy English, Barbara Kyle just to name a few, go here to read more about these au...
Telly Says.....
Telly Says..... rated it 10 years ago
This was an absolutely amazing book! I have always liked Frankenstein and felt so sorry for the monster. In this book he gets a second chance, a chance to be a normal person with friends, career, family, etc. The writing was great and the narrator was even better. I honestly think this would be ...
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