Zombies of the gene pool
Detective Jay Omega returns in an eagerly awaited second sci-fi mystery adventure that happily marks his hardcover debut in this or any other galaxy. Sharyn McCrumb, "one of the most justly celebrated mystery writers to debut in the past half dozen years" (Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine), won the 1988 Edgar Award for Bimbos of the Death Sun.
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ZOMBIES OF THE GENE POOLUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Here, the frisky McCrumb (If I Ever Return, Pretty Peggy-O, The Windsor Knot—both 1990), with deadpan humor and bull's-eye accuracy, skewers the science fiction genre, its eccentric authors, and ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - prosfilaes - LibraryThing
I read this after Bimbos of the Death Sun; unfortunately, this shows many of the flaws of Bimbos and few of the good traits. The mystery aspect of the story is if anything weaker; from the discovery ... Read full review