Pat McDonald Reviews Drunk On The Moon: A Roman Dalton Anthology

Over at, she says: This is Paul D Brazill at his best; the humour is just tongue in cheek but the descriptive prose is perfection. It is so atmospheric it appeals to all the senses; I swear that there was one moment when I could even smell the cigarette smoke curling into the airContinue reading “Pat McDonald Reviews Drunk On The Moon: A Roman Dalton Anthology”

Guest Blog: Murder most foul with a bit of humour sometimes! by Pat McDonald

Now a full time novelist, currently writing within the crime fiction genre, I latterly worked as a Researcher, Project Manager and Programme Manager for the last seventeen years of my career within the police service. I decided to write fiction when I was fifteen, got caught up in this thing called the ‘real world’ thatContinue reading “Guest Blog: Murder most foul with a bit of humour sometimes! by Pat McDonald”

Pat McDonald Reviews Too Many Crooks

Over at the Amazons, crime writer Pat McDonald says: 5 out of 5 stars Noir comedy with an explosive ending! By Pat McDonald on February 20, 2017 Format: Kindle Edition Cherchez the valuable and original Nazi Totenkopfring a death head ring purported to be owned by Himmler whom it is reputed gave away copies to his SS favourites.Continue reading “Pat McDonald Reviews Too Many Crooks”

Pat McDonald Reviews The Gumshoe

Over at , Pat McDonald gives The Gumshoe, and Other Brit Grit Yarns 5 stars and says: ‘Another collection of short pieces with the Brazill flare for one liners, wonderfully named characters and a selection of violent and sometimes unusual terminations of life. Taking some from historical evidence i.e Vlad the Impaler just lendsContinue reading “Pat McDonald Reviews The Gumshoe”

Pat McDonald Reviews The Last Laugh.

Over at and , Pat McDonald says: More characters to make your smile muscles ache! ‘Another extraordinary fun filled book of short stories from Paul D Brazill you just have to read. A veritable cornucopia of exquisitely described characters that any one of them could make a novel feature in their own rightContinue reading “Pat McDonald Reviews The Last Laugh.”

Pat McDonald reviews Guns Of Brixton

Over at . crime fiction author Pat McDonald says: ‘5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant and entertaining read If you never read another book after, you must read this one. Another ‘laugh out loud’ view of the under life of London, shows that Paul Brazill has many talents – his characterisation is unimpeachable and theyContinue reading “Pat McDonald reviews Guns Of Brixton”

Pat McDonald Reviews Cold London Blues

Over at, author Pat McDonald says: One of the funniest books I’ve read for some time, definitely a ‘laugh out loud’ read. This is one of the funniest books I’ve read in a long time. My initial thought and expectation was to read a dark, gritty look at London’s gang life, until I foundContinue reading “Pat McDonald Reviews Cold London Blues”