Recommended Read: Very Nearly Dead AK Reynolds

Jasmine Black is a mess. She’s alcoholic lawyer with a low-rent law firm that specialises in getting low-life criminals off the hook, and the guilt she feels because of her job is eating away at her. And then there are the dark deeds buried deep in her past. When Jasmine accidently kills one of herContinue reading “Recommended Read: Very Nearly Dead AK Reynolds”

A Short Interview and A Few Tasty Reviews

Over at Unlawful Acts, Indie Crime Mastermind David Nemeth takes a look at Last Year’s Man and says: ‘“Last Year’s Man” is a one-sitting book, so grab a pint or two or maybe some whiskey, sit back and enjoy.’ Read the rest here. Over at, Kevin McNamara also reviews Last Year’s Man and says:Continue reading “A Short Interview and A Few Tasty Reviews”

Recommended Read: Confessions Of An English Psychopath by Jack D McLean

Lawrence Odd is a psychopath with a long history of committing violent crimes and he is more than happy to be recruited as an assassin by the Cleansing Department – a particularly shady branch of the British Secret Service. All goes swimmingly until Lawrence discovers the Cleansing Department’s darkest secret. Jack D. McLean‘s  witty, quirkyContinue reading “Recommended Read: Confessions Of An English Psychopath by Jack D McLean”

Jack D McLean Reviews Last Year’s Man

Crime thriller writer Jack D McClean (aka Jack Strange) reviews LAST YEAR’S MAN over at his blog and says: ‘I’m a big fan of Paul Brazill’s use of prose. His books have other virtues, of course, beyond his writing style, but the fact that he’s a prose stylist deserves special mention. On almost every pageContinue reading “Jack D McLean Reviews Last Year’s Man”

Jack Strange Reviews Cold London Blues

Over at his blog, Jack Strange says: ‘The story itself is a can of worms into which the freakish cast is drawn willy nilly, through their different points of contact with a criminal family, a heist, a number of hits, and one or two murders that aren’t hits. But this book isn’t just about charactersContinue reading “Jack Strange Reviews Cold London Blues”

Short, Sharp Interview: Jack Strange

PDB: What’s going on? Right now I’m heavily into promoting my latest book – a noir crime thriller called Manchester Vice. PDB: Do you listen to music when you work? No, I prefer silence and the view out the window. Plus the occasional low groan from the victims I keep chained up in my cellar. PDB:Continue reading “Short, Sharp Interview: Jack Strange”

Coming Soon: Manchester Vice by Jack Strange

Bio: The mysterious Jack Strange hails from the town of Huddersfield, in West Yorkshire , England. He’s a man with a checkered past, having worked in a morgue, been a labourer, and a salesman. He’s dug holes… professionally (to what end, he refuses to say – sales? corpses? possibly both?),  even more terrifying – he’s a formerContinue reading “Coming Soon: Manchester Vice by Jack Strange”