Ted Stetson is a member of SFWA. He was born in Brooklyn and raised on Long Island and went to Seton Hall and Hofstra. He graduated from the University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas. He was awarded First Place by the Florida Literary Arts Council and First Place in the Lucy B. McIntire contest of the Poetry Society of Georgia. His short fiction has appeared in Twisted Tongue, MysteryAuthors.com, Future Orbits, State Street Review, and the anthologies; One Evening a Year, Mota: Truth, Ruins Extraterrestrial Terra, Ruins Terra and Barren Worlds. His books include: Night Beasts, The Computer Song Book.
on Sep. 18, 2011 :
A very quick read, with a double crossing plot, the excerpt says it all. What I liked was the bones of this book, and I enjoyed all the double crossing. What I didn't like was the child-like 'he did this and then she did that' style and sometimes the story was pretty hard to swallow. Mr. Stetson could do with a good edit and copyproofing which distracted from the story. Can't complain about the price, but in this case, I'd say you get what you pay for.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)