Roman Dalton – Werewolf PI is FREE!

When a full moon fills the night sky, Private Investigator Roman Dalton becomes a werewolf and prowls The City‘s neon and blood soaked streets. There are six Roman Dalton Yarns written by Paul D. Brazill in this short collection. You can currently grab it for FREE from Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.ca , Amazon.com.au and the rest! And there’s even a PLAYLIST HERE!

News: An Interview and A Few Reviews

Colman Keane interviewed me over at Col’s Criminal Library. ‘Did the end result mirror your expectations at the start of the process, or is it a very different book to what you imagined? Yes, it has the balance of violent, vivid pulp fiction and sixties Britcom that I wanted. I also wanted more gaudy characters…

The Seatown Blues – Episode One: Into The Valley

The first issue of Close To The Bone Magazine is out NOW! It includes Into The Valley, the first episode of my serialized novelette The Seatown Blues. Cheers to Craig Douglas for making it look so cool! You can check it out here, if you fancy!

Last Year’s Man/ Man Of The World NOW 99c!

Both of my Tommy Bennet books are currently on sale for only 99c – or equivalent- from various platforms. Grab ’em if you fancy! MAN OF THE WORLD • Amazon — Trade Paperback | eBook • Amazon UK — Trade Paperback | eBook • Barnes & Noble — Trade Paperback | eBook • IndieBound — Trade Paperback • iTunes — eBook • Kobo — eBook • Play…

May 4 – 10: How do you select and research exotic locations?

‘It’s standing room only this week! Join ITW members R.G. Belsky, Ian Pisarcik, Paul D. Brazill, Paul Levine, Diane Byington, Elena Taylor, Tom Young, Tim Tigner, Mary Lawrence, Joe Ricker, Dana King, Arthur Kerns, Ann Simas, Kaye D. Schmitz, Nick Thacker and JoAnn Smith Ainsworth as they discuss the use of exotic locations in thrillers. How do you select and research those places? Scroll down to the “comments” section to follow…

Crime Fiction Lover reviews Man Of The World

‘Brit grit author Paul D Brazill follows his 2018 novella Last Year’s Man with a return to Seatown, where we pick up the continuing story of hitman Tommy Bennett. Perched somewhere on the Northeast coast, Seatown is cold, wet and windy, the kind of place that makes your joints ache as you acquaint yourself with an ageing…

Tim O’Mara interviews me at The Big Thrill

‘Paul Brazill’s newest novella, MAN OF THE WORLD, features aging hitman Tommy Bennett, who has left London and returned to his coastal hometown, hoping for a peaceful retirement. It isn’t long before his past catches up with him, sending him running back to London—only to find that mayhem awaits him there as well. I asked…

News, reviews, and Small Town Blues

Over at the All Due Respect blog, I talk about small town noir and Man Of The World. SMALL TOWN BLUES is here. At Bristol Noir, I have a new short story called IN THE COLD, COLD NIGHT. Episode 2 of Darren Sant’s Tiny Tales podcast has my yarn THE TUT, and Episode 3 has…

New from All Due Respect: Man of the World by Paul D. Brazill

New from All Due Respect …   MAN OF THE WORLD by Paul D. Brazill Publication Date: April 17, 2020 Buy the trade paperback from the Down & Out Bookstore and receive a FREE digital download of the book! Also available from the following retailers … Print: Amazon — Amazon UK — Barnes & Noble — IndieBound…

EBOOKS ON SALE NOW!

A few of my eBooks are ON SALE  at the moment, so grab ’em while they’re hot, if you fancy! MAN OF THE WORLD LAST YEAR’S MAN THE LAST LAUGH A CASE OF NOIR TOO MANY CROOKS KILL ME QUICK

Pre- order Man Of The World NOW!

Grab the eBook of Man Of The World for a special pre-order discount price HERE. Ageing hit-man Tommy Bennett left London and returned to his hometown of Seatown, hoping for respite from the ghosts of the violent past that haunted him. However, things don’t go to plan and trouble and violence soon follow Tommy to…

Update: Guns Of Brixton and Cold London Blues

Would you Adam and Eve it, Guns of Brixton and Cold London Blues are brown bread! Well, not quite … My comic crime capers Guns of Brixton and Cold London Blues were published by Caffeine Nights Publishing in 2014 and 2016 respectively.  And they received a hell of a lot of positive feedback, particularly Guns…