Recommended Read: The Puppet Show by M W Craven

In M W Craven’s The Puppet Show, disgraced cop Washington Poe is dragged into the investigation of a serial killer known as The Immolation Man when his name is discovered carved into a victim’s chest.  Poe is soon digging below the glittery veneer of local high society to reveal its dark secrets. The Puppet Show…

Recommended Read: A House Of Ghosts by W C Ryan

  It’s 1917 and British secret agent Donovan heads off to a remote island off the Devon coast to attend a séance on Blackwater Abbey. He is accompanied by Kate Cartwright, who also works for British Intelligence  and who happens to be a psychic. All is not as it seems, of course. Cartwright and Donovan…

A Case Of Noir is only 99p/ 99c!

My international noir caper A CASE OF NOIR is currently ON SALE! You can grab the eBook from Amazon.co.uk ,  Amazon.com and any other Amazon for only 99p! The blurb: ‘In snow smothered Warsaw, Luke Case, a boozy English hack with a dark secret, starts a dangerous affair with a gangster’s wife. Case escapes to the…

Pre-order Death Toll 3: End Game

‘DEATH TOLL 3: End Game’ is an uncompromising, page-turning crime thriller anthology that brings together crime writers based in eight different countries spanning five continents. Each of these authors are fan favourites at the top of their game, and together they represent the best of contemporary, international crime and thriller fiction. This is the best…

A Bunch Of Stocking Fillers …

Stuff these Christmas crackers in your Christmas stocking, if you’re that way inclined … 13 SHOTS OF NOIR GUNS OF BRIXTON COLD LONDON BLUES KILL ME QUICK TOO MANY CROOKS A CASE OF NOIR BIG CITY BLUES SMALL TIME CRIMES SUPERNATURAL NOIR THE LAST LAUGH LAST YEAR’S MAN

Punk Noir Magazine

Punk Noir Magazine – hovering in the shadows of the late lamented Pulp Metal Magazine – is a non-profit, non-paying, online arts and entrainment magazine that views the world at its most askew. We’ll be looking at films, music, television and more. There’ll be interviews, reviews, news, poetry, fiction, micro fiction, and flash fiction.  And some other stuff…

Elgin Bleeker reviews Guns Of Brixton

And says: ‘It is hard as hell to be funny in print – just ask anyone who ever sent a supposedly humorous text only to have it backfire.  But Paul D. Brazill makes funny writing look easy in his crazy crime novel, Guns of Brixton.  Fast paced, this 2014 book is filled with odd, weird, violent,…

Supernatural Noir A Go Go!

Well, Supernatural Noir was published a couple of days ago on Halloween and it’s all happening! Graham Wynd kicks off #Noirvember with a look at Supernatural Noir and says: ‘I didn’t even know how much I missed Roman Dalton, his werewolf detective, until I started reading through the stories again. Netflix ought to swoop in and…

Supernatural Noir is OUT NOW!

Werewolves, vampires and other creatures of the night prowl the neon and blood soaked streets in this sharp short story collection that places the supernatural in a hardboiled noir world. “If you like noir then you’ll love this. If you like supernatural fiction you’ll love this. If you like great descriptive prose you’ll love this.”…

Short, Sharp Interview: Tom Pitts

PDB: You latest book is called 101. What’s it all about? In a nutshell, it’s set against the Northern California pot business on the cusp of legalization. A kid on the run from trouble in San Francisco goes to hide out there and brings a whole lot of trouble with him. There’s a wild array…

Recommended Read: Broken Dreams by Nick Quantrill

Nick Quantrill’s Broken Dreams is a cracking book. It’s the story of a Private Investigator following a muddy and bloodstained trail through a battle scarred Northern city. PI Joe Geraghty- like his hometown Hull-  has both taken many a good kicking and is trying to get back on his feet. Broken Dreams is realistic and romantic –…