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”

Punk Fiction!

There has been a long and varied tradition of songwriters taking their song titles from books: Venus In Furs – The Velvet Underground, Wuthering Heights – Kate Bush, Lost Weekend – Lloyd Cole, 1984- David Bowie, Absolute Beginners- David Bowie. And, of course, it goes the other way too. My book Guns Of Brixton tookContinue reading “Punk Fiction!”

Graham Wynd Reviews Cold London Blues

‘As always it’s laugh out loud funny between bouts of wincingly painful chaos brought on by characters who are as unlikely as they are vivid: gangsters who are feeling their age, hitmen who miss, hoods who want to go straight, and an actor so far up his own arse he thinks he’s god — orContinue reading “Graham Wynd Reviews Cold London Blues”

Out Now ! Cold London Blues by Paul D. Brazill

COLD LONDON BLUES is currently available to buy in the UK , the US and all around the world. The blurb: ‘A killer priest is on the rampage across London and an egotistical Hollywood action movie star is out for revenge when is his precious comic book collection is stolen.Meanwhile, gangster Marty Cook’s dreams of going legit swiftlyContinue reading “Out Now ! Cold London Blues by Paul D. Brazill”

Punk Fiction at All Due Respect

I’m over at the All Due Respect blog talking about Punk Fiction: ‘There has been a long and varied tradition of songwriters taking song titles from books: Venus In Furs – The Velvet Underground, Wuthering Heights – Kate Bush, Lost Weekend – Lloyd Cole, 1984- David Bowie, Absolute Beginners- David Bowie. And, of course, itContinue reading “Punk Fiction at All Due Respect”

Pre – Order Cold London Blues by Paul D. Brazill

COLD LONDON BLUES is currently available for PRE-ORDER in the UK and the US. The blurb: ‘A killer priest is on the rampage across London and an egotistical Hollywood action movie star is out for revenge when is his precious comic book collection is stolen.Meanwhile, gangster Marty Cook’s dreams of going legit swiftly turn pearContinue reading “Pre – Order Cold London Blues by Paul D. Brazill”

Eric Beetner reviews Guns Of Brixton

Over at Amazon.com, Eric Beetner says: ‘Short and to the point like a sharp stick to the eyeball. This one is aggressively British. All the slang, nicknames and pubs you’d expect from a book that reads like a late night, back alley hook up between the screenplays for Pulp Fiction and Lock, Stock And 2Continue reading “Eric Beetner reviews Guns Of Brixton”

Pre-order Cold London Blues

COLD LONDON BLUES is currently available for PRE-ORDER in the UK. The blurb: ‘A killer priest is on the rampage across London and an egotistical Hollywood action movie star is out for revenge when is his precious comic book collection is stolen.Meanwhile, gangster Marty Cook’s dreams of going legit swiftly turn pear shaped when oneContinue reading “Pre-order Cold London Blues”

A Couple Of Top Reviews: The Neon Moon/ Guns Of Brixton

Graham Wynd takes a look at THE NEON MOON: A ROMAN DALTON ANTHOLOGY. ‘Another fistful of fun from Blackwitch Press. A bunch of terrific writers run away with Paul D. Brazill‘s werewolf detective Roman Dalton and the dark madness of The City.‘ Read the rest here. Nigel Bird takes a gander at GUNS OF BRIXTON.Continue reading “A Couple Of Top Reviews: The Neon Moon/ Guns Of Brixton”

Dominic Milne reviews Guns Of Brixton

Over at Amazon, top crime fiction writer DOMINIC MILNE reviews GUNS OF BRIXTON. Here’s what he says: ‘Pulp fiction at its hilarious, irreverent best… For all the numerous and largely excellent crime books I’ve read this year, I can’t remember any offering raising quite as many smiles as this one. In Guns Of Brixton, PaulContinue reading “Dominic Milne reviews Guns Of Brixton”