Kill Me Quick is BACK TO LIFE!

My seaside noir KILL ME QUICK has been rebooted and suited by the folks at Fahrenheit 13 and Farhrenheit Press, and you can pick it up at a discount price if you buy it direct from the publishers. The eBook is less than a quid and the paperback is less than a fiver! Can’t fall off!…

Recommended Read: When The Music’s Over by Aidan Thorn

Revenge is bittersweet for failed musician Benny Gower. Gower murders Birmingham drug-dealer Harry Weir and goes on the run. Retired enforcer Wynn McDonald is reluctantly sent to track down Gower. What ensues is a lethal cocktail of hardboiled crime fiction as well as a touching study of regret and disappointment. The action is brutal, the…

Here Comes Fahrenheit 13!

As of February 2018, Number Thirteen Press has joined with Fahrenheit Press to form a new imprint: Fahrenheit 13 Fahrenheit Press’ Chris McVeigh dishes the dirt here: ‘We’re delighted to announce that Number Thirteen Press has officially become part of the Fahrenheit family.  We’re massively chuffed that as part of the deal, Number Thirteen head honcho…

Short, Sharp Interview: Aidan Thorn

PDB: What’s going on? Right now, it’s 3am and I’m wide awake because I’m in the USA and I’m shite at travelling and time differences. But I guess I should also tell you about the release of my new linked story collection, Tales from the Underbelly. It’s a sort of British Pulp Fiction, as a…

Recommended Read: Tales From The Underbelly by Aidan Thorn

Aidan Thorn’s Tales From The Underbelly is a collection of hard-hitting, interconnected crime stories, and is pure Brit Grit. The collection kicks off with a fistful of short, sharp jabs of flash fiction and ends with a couple of longer pieces which really show Thorn’s strengths. A Sporting Chance is the story of a local…

Martin Stanley Reviews Kill Me Quick!

Over at Amazon.co.uk, Martin Stanley reviews Kill Me Quick! ‘5.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining crime caper By M Stanley on 6 Feb. 2017 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase You can always rely on Paul Brazill for a nifty turn of phrase, a superb one-liner, or a nice piece of description. He also delivers cool plots…

Ryan Bracha Reviews Kill Me Quick!

Over at the Amazons and Goodreads, Ryan Bracha says: ‘Paul Danger Brazill is a writer’s writer. Universally respected throughout the literary scene. He writes with a nostalgia that I haven’t seen anywhere else, and up to now I haven’t read a thing of his that, however short it may be, wasn’t magnificent. Kill Me Quick!…

Kevin McNamara Reviews Kill Me Quick!

Over at Amazon.com he says: ‘I very much liked this book by the fine author Paul Brazill. A former rock musician returns to his hometown after an injury. He quickly finds himself entangled with the mob, a motorcycle gang, a double crossing ex-band mate and a number of interesting characters from his past. Mister Brazill’s…

Lee Sykes Reviews Kill Me Quick!

Over at Amazon.co.uk. ace crime writer Lee Sykes gives Kill Me Quick! a five star review and says: ‘Brazill delivers us a black comedy crime romp through Seatown. A place with grim surroundings, lashings of one liners and great dialogue.Typical Brazill offerings, and if you don’t know what that means I suggest you go and…

CLIP: Kill Me Quick!

‘He changed stations and found a phone in talk show. The host and callers were discussing the upcoming Seatown elections. It was getting pretty heated. ‘One of my old teachers is standing in this election,’ said Mark. ‘A bloke called Pike.’ ‘Aha,’ said Roy. He slowed at a zebra crossing and drummed his fingers on…

More Top Reviews!

Kevin S. Cummings reviews Kill Me Quick! over at his blog. He says: ‘Kill Me Quick! by Paul D. Brazill is #12 in a 13 series list of quality crime novellas published by Number Thirteen Press. The latest Brazill offering goes down like two Alka-Seltzers and spring-water in a crystal  tumbler during day two of…

Guest Blog: Number Thirteen Press – The End? by Christopher Black

So that’s it, then. Thirteen crime novellas from thirteen authors in thirteen months. Richard Godwin’s Ersatz World was the last, and Number Thirteen Press is finished. Only, not quite. Of course there’s still the admin and the accounting and the marketing. The boring bits I’m not very good at anyway. But the publishing part is finished…