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Troy Lambert
Author Troy Lambert, recently nominated for the Idaho Statesman's "Best of Treasure Valley" publication as an "Author of the Year", is releasing a third and final book in the Samuel Elijah Johnson Series, titled Confession (scheduled for release June 30, 2014).Passionate about writing dark,... show more



Author Troy Lambert, recently nominated for the Idaho Statesman's "Best of Treasure Valley" publication as an "Author of the Year", is releasing a third and final book in the Samuel Elijah Johnson Series, titled Confession (scheduled for release June 30, 2014).Passionate about writing dark, psychological thrillers, his work includes Broken Bones, a collection of his short stories, Redemption, the first in the Samuel Elijah Johnson Series, Temptation, the sequel to Redemption, along with the horror Satanarium, co-authored with Poppet and published by Wild Wolf Publishing. Don't think he lacks diversity as, this year, Stray Ally (for dog lovers) was published March 4th by Tirgearr Publishing and an erotic thriller novella, One Night in Boise, part of the "City Nights" series also by Tirgearr Publishing, was available as of May 27th.Mr. Lambert began his writing life at a young age, penning the as yet unpublished George and the Giant Castle at age six. He grew up in southern Idaho, and after many adventures including a short stint in the US Army and a diverse education, Troy returned to Boise, Idaho where he works as a freelance writer, analyst, and editor.Troy lives with his wife of twelve years, two of his five children and two very talented dogs. He enjoys the outdoors as an active skier, cyclist, hiker, angler, hunter, and a terrible beginning golfer.

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Book reviews by: R. S. Leergaard
Book reviews by: R. S. Leergaard rated it 3 years ago
Not all of the stories in this anthology involve actual lamps (Aladdin's or otherwise) but all do involve wish-granting artifacts of one sort or another, and all of them have their points to make. The themes (and realms) range from sci-fi/fantasy to Lovecraft-esque type horror to everyday normagicit...
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