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Science Fiction
  • Author:
    Denise Vitola
  • ISBN:
    0441006701
  • ISBN13:
    978-0441006700
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  • Publisher:
    Ace; 1st Printing edition (October 1, 1999)
  • Subcategory:
    Science Fiction
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  • Rating:
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The Radon File Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 1999. The books could best be considered police procedurals set in hell. They should, by the way, should be read sequentially to appreciate the evolving nature of Ty's lycanthropy.

The Radon File Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 1999. by. Denise Vitola (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Book 5 of 5 in the Ty Merrick Series.

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Vitola is able to knit all the various elements (mystery, science fiction and the fantastic) together into a coherent whole, for a unique and satisfying read. Vitola's knack for punchy dialog and intriguing characters make her SF-noir mystery crossovers good choices for most SF or mystery collections. The perfect blending of mystery and science fiction. Other books in the series. Ty Merrick (5 books). Books by Denise Vitola.

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Book in the Ty Merrick Series). District Marshal Ty Merrick investigates when a patient suffering from a painful bone disease is killed after deadly radon gas seeping from an abandoned uranium mine is discovered to alleviate the pain of individuals suffering from disease.

1999) (The fifth book in the Ty Merrick series) A novel by Denise Vitola. Medical miracle, alien murder, or ultimate mind game? Those are the questions District Marshal Ty Merrick wants to answer when an abandoned uranium mine becomes the scene of miraculous healing, eerie hallucinations, and homicide. Used availability for Denise Vitola's The Radon File.

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Find nearly any book by Denise Vitola. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780441006014 (978-0-441-00601-4) Softcover, Ace, 1999.

District Marshal Ty Merrick investigates when a patient suffering from a painful bone disease is killed after deadly radon gas seeping from an abandoned uranium mine is discovered to alleviate the pain of individuals suffering from disease. Original.

Charyoll
I usually do not like dystopian novels. Current headlines are bad enough without looking into a future where the US has become enmeshed in an economic and ecological nightmare. I do, however. like mystery novels. I've always been fond of the theory that mysteries are popular in times of stress because they demonstate the triumph of order over chaos when the culprit is identified and the rule of law restored. Which may explain why I like these novels so much.
Detective Ty Merrick due to an encounter with a defective heater, has become a modern lycanthrope. She has what she describes as "stretches" where she changes mentally and physically. This is not covered by her medical plan.
Her partner, LaRue, collects Soviet Communism and drives an antique East German Trabrant with a spring necked plastic statue of Lenin that with each bump bobs its head and squeaks "comrade, comrade." He also believes fervently in the effectiveness of magic spells to help control the external world.
Together, They struggle to maintain order in a world of constant shortages, where all officials are corrupt and most of the population manages to bridge the gap between what is provided by the state and what they need to survive by scavaging.
Which leads back to the theory about mysteries. By continuing to do their job in the midst of intolerable conditions, Ty and LaRue show that order can triumph over chaos, that there is some hope of resolution of the larger problems, and (in their loyalty to one another) that there is some interest other than self interest.
The books could best be considered police procedurals set in hell. They should, by the way, should be read sequentially to appreciate the evolving nature of Ty's lycanthropy.
Nightscar
I was completely unimpressed by this book. The characters are undeveloped and do not gain any depth in the course of the novel. The plot is confused, and ineffective. Many of the events did not follow logically, and there was little basis for much of the plot.