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Pat MacEwen

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Pat MacEwen is an anthropologist (translation: bone freak) with an abiding interest in genocide and war crimes, and a sordid past in civilian forensics. She has worked on war crimes investigations for the U.N. and was a forensic tech for a California police department for several years before that. She has also worked in aerospace, and holds a degree in marine biology, having been a research assistant at the Institute of Marine & Coastal Studies at USC for 6 years. She writes science fiction, fantasy, horror, and mystery, and likes to use her checkered career as background for same. Adores cats, kids, risqué humor, and Guinness.


Average rating: 3.62 · 192 ratings · 33 reviews · 8 distinct works · Similar authors
Rough Magic (The Fallen #1)
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Thirteen by Richard K. Morgan
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Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed
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I found this book hugely entertaining, and I look forward to seeing the rest of the trilogy. The setting was nicely detailed, with complexity and history evident in every facet of the city depicted here, as well as the characters, their callings, and...more
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Ark by Stephen Baxter
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A Village Destroyed, May 14, 1999 by Fred Abrahams
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This is a village I visited while working for the International Criminal Tribunal in 2000. I found the account spare, factual, and chilling. Excellent photos. And yes, it names names.
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London Falling by Paul Cornell
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London Falling by Paul Cornell
London Falling (Shadow Police, #1)
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