A Magazine for the Unconvinced
Galileo had a bad attitude whereas the pope had a good one. Who remembers the
popes name? The magazine Bad Attitudes sides with
Galileo, and with anyone else who prefers questions to answers. Its editorial
policy is that noncon-structive criticism is better than none.
Most of the material here is mine. I am
Jerome Doolittle; I introduce myself
on the page of the same name. Seven of my published novels
are there, six of them Tom Bethany mysteries.
The Poems are mine, and the Quotations and the Links are from my reading. Some of the
Sound Advice arises out of personal
trial and error, although most of it comes from my neighbors
in West Cornwall.
The Dead Zoo is a
novel I completed not long ago. Its young heroines excellent
attitude sus- tains her as she goes about
destroying the lives of everyone in her path.
The pseudonymous K.C. Constantine
is the author of fifteen mysteries which are among the best
ever written in this country. One of them is available on his
page, as is information about him and his other books.