Detectives Beyond Borders Gets The Cold London Blues

At his splendid blog, Peter Rozovsky say: ‘Back in December 2014, I praised Paul Brazill‘s Guns of Brixton for not pretending to be “anything but a comic romp, a kind of high-spirited musical without music, albeit one full of violence, the threat thereof, and all sorts of unpleasant bodily effluvia, whether the result of gunContinue reading “Detectives Beyond Borders Gets The Cold London Blues”

A Couple Of Great Reviews For Guns Of Brixton

CRIME FICTION LOVER says : ‘populated by a rogue’s gallery of scoundrels and swindlers with names like Half-Pint Harry and Anarchy Al, and their dirty deeds are done dirt cheap. The musical name dropping proves infectious thanks to the skill of the author, and the book is big fun to read.’ DETECTIVES BEYOND BORDERS saysContinue reading “A Couple Of Great Reviews For Guns Of Brixton”