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K.W. Jeter
K. W. Jeter is an American science fiction and thriller author known for his literary writing style, dark themes, and complex, paranoid characters. His latest novels are THE KINGDOM OF SHADOWS, set in the sinister & glamorous world of the film industry of the Third Reich, and the Kim Oh Thriller... show more

K. W. Jeter is an American science fiction and thriller author known for his literary writing style, dark themes, and complex, paranoid characters. His latest novels are THE KINGDOM OF SHADOWS, set in the sinister & glamorous world of the film industry of the Third Reich, and the Kim Oh Thriller series -- KIM OH 1: REAL DANGEROUS GIRL, KIM OH 2: REAL DANGEROUS JOB and KIM OH 3: REAL DANGEROUS PEOPLE, with more to come.Jeter is an exhilarating writer who always seems to have another rabbit to pull out of his hat. -- The New York Times Book Review Brain-burning intensity . . . -- Village Voice
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Birth date: March 26, 1950
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Tigus
Tigus rated it 3 months ago
When it comes to K. W. Jeter's Horror offerings, with me it's like this: Soul Eater is the gold standard, The Night Man is one I thought was wretched and dull (been a long time since I read it, though...), and the last one I read, Dark Seeker, was above average...but not as good as Mantis. When I ac...
Tannat
Tannat rated it 10 months ago
Series: Dr Thomas Silkstone Mystery #2 I eagerly dove into this next book because I found the first one so interesting. I didn't find this one nearly so engaging, however, for a variety of reasons. Some of them had to do with the plot being a little too easy to be untangled (the Carrington and Hun...
Yvette - Bookworlder
Yvette - Bookworlder rated it 5 years ago
Short story collections are often uneven affairs, whether there is one author or, as in this case, nine. Clockwork Fairy Tales is a group of fairy and folk tale retellings that succeed to varying degrees in both the retelling and the attempt to create a Steampunk world. While opinions on which are t...
darlingbooks
darlingbooks rated it 5 years ago
2 stars - great narration but terribly written with a ludicrous story. SKIP
twostoryhouse
twostoryhouse rated it 5 years ago
Unlike "The Siege", the dialog is this book is much closer to what you would expect from the characters in the TV series. The story is solid. A good read all around.
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