Short, Sharp Interview: Nick Triplow

PDB: What’s going on? On the eve of the Hull launch of GETTING CARTER: Ted Lewis and the Birth of Brit Noir, my book about the life and work of the author best known for his novel Jack’s Return Home, adapted as Get Carter in 1971. And… About to kick off the main weekend ofContinue reading “Short, Sharp Interview: Nick Triplow”

Recommended Read: Frank’s Wild Years by Nick Triplow

At the start of Frank’s Wild Years, Frank Neaves’ wild years are actually buried  deeply in the dim and distant past, and he’s more than content to spend his days propping up the bar of his South London local and viewing life through an alcoholic haze. But then Carl, the landlord of the pub, goes missing and Frank is cajoled by the pub’sContinue reading “Recommended Read: Frank’s Wild Years by Nick Triplow”

Recommended Read: Frank’s Wild Years by Nick Triplow

At the start of Frank’s Wild Years, Frank Neaves’ wild years are actually buried  deeply in the dim and distant past, and he’s more than content to spend his days propping up the bar of his South London local and viewing life through an alcoholic haze. But then Carl, the landlord of the pub, goes missing and Frank is cajoled by the pub’sContinue reading “Recommended Read: Frank’s Wild Years by Nick Triplow”

Short Sharp Interview: Nick Triplow

PDB: Can you pitch your latest publication/project in 25 words or less? Frank’s Wild Years is a story of betrayal and last chances at the fading edges of the south London underworld.PDB: Which books, films or television shows have floated your boat recently? Book: Eoin McNamee’s Orchid Blue. McNamee brings an immediacy and a uniqueContinue reading “Short Sharp Interview: Nick Triplow”