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Jim Musgrave
Jim Musgrave (1946-) was born in Fall River, Massachusetts (home to Lizzie Borden). He worked for Caltech in Pasadena (home of the "Big Bang Theory") and continues to use his fascination with technology in his "Detective Pat O'Malley Steampunk Mystery" series. Jim was also a professor of... show more

Jim Musgrave (1946-) was born in Fall River, Massachusetts (home to Lizzie Borden). He worked for Caltech in Pasadena (home of the "Big Bang Theory") and continues to use his fascination with technology in his "Detective Pat O'Malley Steampunk Mystery" series. Jim was also a professor of English for 24 years, and he runs an editing business with his wife, Ellen, in San Diego. He has won many awards, including being a finalist in the Bram Stoker Awards and the Heekin Foundation Awards.
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Janmar
Janmar rated it 6 years ago
I was pleased to have won an e-copy of this book in the Booklikes Giveaway. On the whole I did enjoy reading Russian Wolves, even though at times, I did struggle in parts. I recall reading about Andrei Chikatilo and the horrendous crimes when he was captured year's ago. It made me go cold back t...
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Jessica's Book Thoughts rated it 6 years ago
The format of this book was pretty cool. It had audio links in it like music and other things to go along with story. To be honest I didn't really pay all that much attention to the story because I was too busy playing with the links. I didn't like that I had to read the book while online and click...
"A Single Word ... "
"A Single Word ... " rated it 7 years ago
" "I began to worry that the line between the hunted and the hunter might often become blurred"- Inspector Boris Sukurev" "(page 46)Now that was a very interesting statement that I found in another dark story that I just finished up the other night. This book is called "Russian Wolves" by Jim Musgra...
The Butler Did It
The Butler Did It rated it 7 years ago
I so wanted this book to be good. The cover is beautiful and intriguing. The blurb sounds very cool. All my friends are into steampunk. But no. And I should have known better because I had really not enjoyed the other book I had read in this series. It's a shame but this just really misses the ...
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