Eric Beetner reviews Guns Of Brixton

GOB ACON kateOver at, Eric Beetner says:

‘Short and to the point like a sharp stick to the eyeball. This one is aggressively British. All the slang, nicknames and pubs you’d expect from a book that reads like a late night, back alley hook up between the screenplays for Pulp Fiction and Lock, Stock And 2 Smoking barrels. Seriously, it was like Tarantino and Guy Ritchie were 69-ing in my skull.
Great fun. A lot of characters and in short bursts it’s a lot to track, but the style is Michael Caine cool and cinderblock hard.’