The Philadelphia Weekly Press

A new media review

In a summary article of new science fiction for March 2013, reviewer Henry Leon Lazarus had this to say about Fixer:

Gene Doucette has a neat tale about a man born with the ability to see a seconds into the future. Corrigan Bain actually can see generalities about the future well enough to act as a Fixer (paper from The writers coffee Shop Publishing House) and save people from deadly mistakes. FBI agent Maggie Trent had worked with him once before on a bank robbery that would have gone horribly wrong. When a group of physicists working on the theory behind his abilities start getting murdered, she finds him again and discovers an impossible murderer. I don’t want to give this away, but this edge-of-your-seat thriller manages to put the concept in understandable terms, though it will warp the reader’s head. Wow!



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  1. WyndyDee on March 20, 2013 at 8:04 am

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