And says: ‘A fantastic set, enjoyable enough on their own but collectively the sum is much greater than the individual parts’
Over at McVoices – the Scottish writing website –Fiona Johnson says: ‘Who would you nominate for the ‘Alternative’ Crime book of the year – somebody not yet well known, needn’t be Scottish. I’ll start the ball rolling with Paul D. Brazill and his Luke Case series, RED ESPERANTO, DEATH ON A HOT AFTERNOON and THEContinue reading “Crime Book of the Year – The Alternative”
There’s an excerpt from Death On A Hot Afternoon over at, fellow member of The Hardboiled Collective, Bruce DeSilva’s place.
My most recent novelette, Death On A Hot Afternoon, has now been translated into Italian by those smart folk at Atlantis. Morte A Madrid has a spanking new cover, tailored made for the Italian market, and you can get it here along with Rosso Esperanto and the English versions. Or from Amazon.
Red Esperanto and Death On A Hot Afternoon, written by Paul D. Brazill and published by Atlantis, are part of a series of noir novelettes that are set in various cities around the world. (Also available translated into Italian.) Red Esperanto: Warsaw. In snow smothered Warsaw, boozy English hack Luke Case encounters Jolanta, a beautifulContinue reading “Red Esperanto and Death On A Hot Afternoon are both now a pound/ dollar”
Over at SEA MINOR, Nigel Bird takes a look at my Warsaw set novelette Red Esperanto and says: ‘Red Esperanto … practically drips in the alcoholic sweat of the journalist Luke Case, not to mention some of his other bodily fluids. ‘ Meanwhile, over in Italy, LIBERI DI SCRIVERE have a gander at Red Esperanto‘sContinue reading “Luke Case Gets Some BiLingual Love Action!”
I have a guest post over at Nigel Bird’s Sea Minor blog about my Italian publishers Atlantis and my new novelette Death On A Hot Afternoon. Pop over and have a gander if it tickles your fancy.