Book Review: Bullets, Teeth and Fists 3 by Jason Beech

    BULLETS, TEETH, & FISTS 3 She’s heavily pregnant. She’s handcuffed to a pipe. The clock is ticking. Belle, the heavily pregnant wife of an important man, is bundled into the back of a car, held against her will, and cuffed to a pipe in an abandoned apartment … and her waters are aboutContinue reading “Book Review: Bullets, Teeth and Fists 3 by Jason Beech”

Blackthorn Tours Book Review: Hot Splices by Mike Watt

HOT SPLICES features eight interwoven tales about the Film Addicts, the flicker freaks, the Cinephages – they devour film for the high, to connect to the art on the granular level…the bleeding perforations in their skin is just part of the game. There are five forbidden films, when run together, can induce madness, or releaseContinue reading “Blackthorn Tours Book Review: Hot Splices by Mike Watt”

Book Review: Gumshoe Blues by Paul D. Brazill

It’s my turn on the Blackthorn Book Tour for Gumshoe Blues by Paul D. Brazill! Gumshoe Blues Following the breakdown of his marriage, in a booze-addled flash of inspiration, Peter Ord decides to become a private investigator. Dark farce and tragicomedy soon ensue. Peter must tackle many challenging cases, and when he comes under theContinue reading “Book Review: Gumshoe Blues by Paul D. Brazill”

Book review: Pigeon Blood Red by Ed Duncan

About Pigeon Blood Red For underworld enforcer Richard “Rico” Sanders, it seemed like an ordinary job: retrieve his gangster boss’s priceless ruby necklace and teach the double-dealing cheat who stole it a lesson. A job like a hundred before it. But the chase quickly goes sideways and takes Rico from the mean streets of ChicagoContinue reading “Book review: Pigeon Blood Red by Ed Duncan”

A Time for Violence anthology wows readers

A Time For Violence: Stories with an edge is out to rave reviews and little wonder. This anthology contains many top names in the scene including several who have co-written with Stephen King. I am chuffed to have one of my shorts included. Along with many of the authors, I was interviewed on T. FoxContinue reading “A Time for Violence anthology wows readers”

Book review – Sangre: The Color of Dying by Carlos Colon

About Sángre: The Color of Dying (Volume 1) Carlos Colón’s first published novel is the story of Nicky Negrón, a Puerto Rican salesman in New York City who is turned into foul-mouthed, urban vampire with a taste for the undesirables of society such as sexual predators, domestic abusers and drug dealers. A tragic anti-hero, NickyContinue reading “Book review – Sangre: The Color of Dying by Carlos Colon”

A Time For Violence Anthology Podcast with T Fox Dunham

What Are You Afraid Of? – Podcast with T Fox Dunham and David Walton NEW EPISODE 115 – CURSE OF THE BLACKTHORN “Author T. Fox Dunham interviews Australia’s noir and horror writer, Isobel Blackthorn. Isobel answers questions about her writing, the state of women authors in the industry, her thoughts on crafting and shares someContinue reading “A Time For Violence Anthology Podcast with T Fox Dunham”

Book review – The Blood Red Experiment: A Neo-Giallo Anthology

About The Blood Red Experiment Inspired by the genius of Hitchcock and his films, latin luminaries such as Argento and Bava directed macabre murder-mystery thrillers, that combined the suspense with scenes of outrageous violence, stylish cinematography, and groovy soundtracks. This genre became known in their native Italy as giallo. Giallo is Italian for yellow, inspired byContinue reading “Book review – The Blood Red Experiment: A Neo-Giallo Anthology”

Book review: Return to Hiroshima by Bob Van Laerhoven

There is fiction that is entirely make believe. Then there is fiction that has its basis in fact and the historical record. Return to Hiroshima by Bob Van Laerhoven, in the tradition of political thrillers, is situated firmly in the latter group. About Return to Hiroshima Xavier Douterloigne, the son of a Belgian diplomat, returns toContinue reading “Book review: Return to Hiroshima by Bob Van Laerhoven”

Book review: Her Name is Mercie by Chris Roy

The joy of writing book reviews is stumbling on good stories, well told. When the stories take your breath away, all the better! Here is my review of one Her Name is Mercie, a collection of short stories by Chris Roy. “Mercie Hillbrook lives a simple, quiet life working as a gas station attendant. Then her parentsContinue reading “Book review: Her Name is Mercie by Chris Roy”

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