More Praise for the Utgarda Series

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Mallory A. Haws: The Haunted Reading Room Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars

Adventurous and Engrossing 1920’s setting

I’ve read four books in the Utgarda series, and I adored them all. So much that is resonant of H. P. Lovecraft and other Weird Fiction of the 1920’s and 1930’s, of that hopeful yet subconsciously disillusioned era between “the War to end all Wars” and the next, possibly even worse, World War, colours this series. For a lover of History and of Weird Fiction, this is a total delight. The characters are well-delineated, the plot is simultaneously exciting and adventurous. Mr. Stieglitz talentedly paints his monsters and monstrous otherworldly settings. I highly recommend this series, whether or not one is already familiar with the Lovecraft Mythos and classic Weird Fiction of the early 20th century.

I read this book on Kindle Unlimited and also via NetGalley, at no cost, obligation, or remuneration. I opted to review this title.

A Glowing Review of the Missing Medium

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Ron Fortier, author, publisher, and pulp fiction authority has published a glowing review of The Missing Medium on his blog, Pulp Fiction Reviews: THE MISSING MEDIUM! Check it out!!!

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