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message 1: by Aitch (new)

Aitch Diamond | 85 comments Im a published author working on my third novel, taking a break and happy to beta read sci-fi, horror and crime. Drop me a message here or email at

message 2: by Rob (new)

Rob Witherspoon | 13 comments Haze,
I have a 59k word satire based on the question, "What would Terry Pratchett have written if he had been raised in Texas?" The Square Root of Texas has no wizards, trolls or witches. It does have inept rednecks, Mexicans and bawdy women.
If you've got the time and are interested I can email you the latest revision.
Thanks and best regards,

message 3: by Aitch (new)

Aitch Diamond | 85 comments Hi rob yea sure, initially i would fead the first couple of chapters give you feedback on that to see if it is a good fit, and if it grabs me then i may read the rest. Email to

message 4: by Rob (new)

Rob Witherspoon | 13 comments Thanks. Sending now.

message 5: by mrharville (new)

mrharville | 16 comments * Interested in a first attempt at military science fiction?

message 6: by Brian (new)

Brian Christopher (brianchristopher) | 29 comments Saw you were looking for works to read. Would you be interested in a classic mystery/thriller? "The Puzzlemaker"

After 10 years service as a cryptographer with MI6 during the cold war, the extremely shy and reclusive George Withers becomes editor and compiler of the Sunday Times crossword.
30 years later and now in his 60's, an old MI6 colleague asks him to place a code within the Sunday Times cryptic crossword puzzle. Unknown to him, this results in a number of gruesome deaths. The father of one of the victims discovers the puzzle maker had something to do with his son's death, and goes on the hunt. Now George has to solve his own puzzle to save his own life.

It can be picked up here:

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