Have A Brit Grit Christmas!

I asked a bunch of Brit Grit writers about their favourite Christmas book, film and song, and this is what they said: Martina Cole: Well my favourite Christmas book has to be John Updike and Edward Gorey’s ‘The Twelve Terrors of Christmas.’ Film has to be Lon Chaney as The Wolfman. I love old horrorsContinue reading “Have A Brit Grit Christmas!”

Recommended Reads: Drive by Mark West

Published by Pendragon Press, Mark West’s Drive is available as a limited (to 100 copies) edition paperback (which will contain an exclusive afterword) and unlimited ebook, across platforms. “Drive takes you for a journey down the darkest alleyways of human savagery.   A fast paced, high tension thriller that delivers on all fronts….” – Jim Mcleod,Continue reading “Recommended Reads: Drive by Mark West”

Short, Sharp Interview : Mark West

PDB: Can you pitch your latest/ forthcoming publication/ project  in 25 words or less? MW: Never Tear Us Apart (working title): It’s about two lonely people, at an out-of-season seaside town, trying to find one another. And a house that has an appetite for flesh. PDB: Which music, books, films or television shows have floatedContinue reading “Short, Sharp Interview : Mark West”

Recommended Reads

Die, You Bastard Die! – Jan Kozlowski Claire is a tough, no-nonsense paramedic who is called back to her home town to take care of her injured father. The sordid skeletons come rattling out of the closet as Claire is forced to confront her abusive childhood. Can any book live up to a title as goodContinue reading “Recommended Reads”

Top Tips: Recommended Reads

I’ve read a fair bit of  new stuff recently- and done quite a bit of re-reading too- so here are a handful of  some of the books that have tickled my fancy of late. Bang Bang, You’re Dead by Nick Quantrill. Nick Quantrill is best known for his slow burning, evenly paced P I novelsContinue reading “Top Tips: Recommended Reads”

ill at ease by Mark West, Neil Williams, Stephen Bacon.

Ill at ease by Mark West, Neil Williams and Stephen Bacon comes with the tag-line ‘Three New Stories Of The Macabre‘, which is an accurate enough  description but doesn’t really do justice to  this cracking collection of urban horror stories. In Stephen Bacon‘s chilling ‘Waiting For Josh’, a successful London journalist returns to his home town toContinue reading “ill at ease by Mark West, Neil Williams, Stephen Bacon.”