Books by Graham Watkins

INTERCEPTION by Graham Watkins
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 1997

"Too contemporary for science- fiction fans, and the reliably described Internet procedures are in danger of growing obsolete by the time the book reaches paperback."
A third try at genre-jumping from computer/sex/romance/hi-techie Watkins (Virus, 1995, etc.)—a hokey, sentimental, but up-to-the-minute story of love, death, depravity, and software abuse on the Internet, Can one find true love on the Internet? Read full book review >
VIRUS by Graham Watkins
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 1, 1995

"Not hopeless, but not all that thrilling either."
Serviceable technothriller from Watkins, who seems to have undertaken a full retreat from the kinky excess of Kaleidoscope Eyes (1993): the boffing here is strictly virtual. Read full book review >
KALEIDOSCOPE EYES by Graham Watkins
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 14, 1993

"Worth a try, though it might be wise to call it quits after the hot chili peppers."
Sadomasochistic shivers about an incarnate Aztec goddess and the spell she casts over six North Carolina yuppies. Read full book review >