Reviews of the Works of John E. Stith

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Deep Quarry

"If you're looking for a way to spend an afternoon or evening with a nice interesting book, this is a good one."

1988-11-01 November 1988 Journal of Mind Pollution Irv Koch view
Deep Quarry

"A worthy addition to such delights as Memory Blank."

1988-10-01 October 1988 FOSFAX Timothy Lane view
Death Tolls

"... I couldn't read it fast enough."

See full review here.

2017-03-18 18 March 2017 Mel's Shelves Melanie Valderrama view
Death Tolls

"Stith draws upon his background in the Air Force with NORAD, and at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland."

1988-03-01 March 1988 Mensa Bulletin Tom Elliott view
Death Tolls

"It's fun."

1987-11-01 November 1987 Science Fiction Chronicle Don D'Ammassa view
Death Tolls

"Stith adds superb technological detail to a classic whodunit. This novel should appeal to both SF and mystery fans."

1987-10-01 Issue 7 Grab Bag Rita McConville view
Death Tolls

"There is a great deal of light humor scattered about the book, and some fine suspense.... I definitely recommend this book."

1987-09-01 September 1987 FOSFAX Timothy Lane view
Death Tolls

"...succeeded where so many others have failed.... respectable both as science fiction and as mystery."

1987-09-01 September 1987 Drood Review of Mystery Ed Blachman view
"Naught for Hire"

"The July issue [of ANALOG] has a great story by John E. Stith called 'Naught for Hire.'"

Later Note: "Naught for Hire" won the 1991 HOMer Award for Best Science Fiction Novella, made the Locus 1991 Recommended Reading List, and won 3rd place novella for the 1991 Analog Analytical Laboratoy Award.

1990-07-01 Summer 1990 Science Fiction Review Dean Wesley Smith view