Goodreads Librarians Group
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A place where all Goodreads members can work together to improve the Goodreads book catalog. Non-librarians are welcome to join the group as well, toA place where all Goodreads members can work together to improve the Goodreads book catalog. Non-librarians are welcome to join the group as well, to comment or request changes to book records.
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The Life and Times of Phil D'Amato
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science fiction, mystery, detective fiction, historical fiction, ancient history, police procedural, Amish fiction: for fans and would-be fans of Dr.science fiction, mystery, detective fiction, historical fiction, ancient history, police procedural, Amish fiction: for fans and would-be fans of Dr. Phil D'Amato, the fictional NYPD forensic detective who has appeared in my science fiction mystery novels and short fiction, and in audiobooks, a podiobook, and a short film ... The Silk Code won the Locus Award for Best First Science Fiction novel of 1999, and was re-issued in an "author's cut" ebook edition in 2012. Shaun Farrell's podiobook of The Silk Code was in the Top 20 Most Popular podiobooks of 2007 ... The Chronology Protection Case was nominated for major awards, and Mark Shanahan's radio play was nominated for the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Award in 2002...
bibliography of D'Amato's appearances
1995: "The Chronology Protection Case," Analog Magazine, nominated for Nebula and Sturgeon Awards, reprinted five times...
1996: "The Copyright Notice Case," Analog Magazine, nominated for Nebula Award
1997: "The Mendelian Lamp Case," Analog Magazine
1999: The Silk Code, Tor Books, winner of Locus Award for Best First Science Fiction Novel of 1999
2002: The Consciousness Plague, Tor Books
2002: Jay Kensinger's short film of "The Chronology Protection Case"
2002: Mark Shanahan's radio play of "The Chronology Protection Case," nominated for the Edgar Award
2003: The Pixel Eye, Tor Books, nominated for Prometheus Award
2007: The Silk Code podiobook, performed and produced by Shaun Farrell, in Top 20 Podiobooks of 2007
2012: "author's cut" Kindle and Nook ebook edition published by JoSara Media