The Company Man by Paul D. Brazill

THE COMPANY MAN Jose opened the waiting room door. Six men, wearing grey suits identical to his, were sat staring straight ahead. Their hands were palm down on their knees. Jose walked in and took a seat next to the reception desk.  He put his hands on his knees and sniffed. He sniffed again. ‘WouldContinue reading “The Company Man by Paul D. Brazill”

Kevin Tipple Reviews The Last Laugh

 Kevin Tipple gives The Last Laugh a brilliantly incisive and detailed review. ‘Stories filled with characters that experience constant hard times, drink a lot, and do what they have to survive. The Last Laugh most definitely lives up to its billing of “Crime Stories.” From start to finish in each tale the crime is the thing.Continue reading “Kevin Tipple Reviews The Last Laugh”

Guns Of Brixton reviewed at Kevin’s Corner

‘Like a lot of the Paul D. Brazill’s excellent stories there are a large number of cultural references at work in this twisting crime yarn. Many become clear in time via the context of the story through one does get the feeling one is missing a point or joke here and there. What is clearContinue reading “Guns Of Brixton reviewed at Kevin’s Corner”