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?
He also reviewed Man Of The World.
‘Seatown, London, aging, health issues, family, old friends, old enemies, long memories, gangsters, cops, guns, death, booze, pubs, cafes, kebabs, jukeboxes, ciggies, cocaine, a secret Ministry, Thatcher, Bowie, Ripley and Highsmith, AC/DC, Carol Vorderman, Camden Market, Donna Summer, Elton John, Warsaw, and an intended retirement that just won’t stick. A busy book and one I thoroughly enjoyed.’
SusanHampson reviewed Man Of The World at Books From Dust Till Dawn.
‘The violence is lightened with the dry rugged humour that is embedded on every page along with music classics from yesteryear where it makes for an unforgettable melody of cracking entertainment. I always read these books twice to make sure that I don’t miss any the first time around because Paul Brazil has a subtle sense of humour that I sometimes miss. After all, I am still wrapped up in something that tickled me a couple of sentences back.’
And Bristol-Noir also took a gander at Man Of The World.
‘There are rich characters, pithy dialogue, giggles, fights and seediness galore throughout…
But, if you want it, there’s more here…a whole lot of layers to be peeled back and devoured.’
Thanks to all!