Guest Blog: Not Guilty! Alibi 2018, September 28th – 30th by Renato Bratkovič

Nothing surprises us anymore. Populism and fake news “prove” the world we knew will collapse any time. Migrants are not trying to escape heartless business models conceived by greedy arms dealers, they’re here to steal our jobs, rape our women and cut our heads off. Gay people lurk around every corner and threaten to infectContinue reading “Guest Blog: Not Guilty! Alibi 2018, September 28th – 30th by Renato Bratkovič”

Grab Exiles: An Outsider Anthology for only 99p/ 99c!

To celebrate the latest ALIBI  noir festival in Slovenia, EXILES: AN OUTSIDER ANTHOLOGY is currently only 99c / 99p! A powerful Noir short story collection edited by the Bukowski of Noir, Paul D. Brazill. Exiles features 26 outsiders-themed stories by some of the greatest crime and noir writers, K. A. Laity, Chris Rhatigan, Steven Porter,Continue reading “Grab Exiles: An Outsider Anthology for only 99p/ 99c!”

Renato Bratkovic Reviews To Many Crooks

Over at Amazon.com , The Big Bratkovsky says: 5.0 out of 5 stars Too Many Crooks Can’t Spoil The Book By Renato  Bratkovičon February 12, 2017 Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase … when it’s Paul D. Brazill’s book, that is. It’s another great piece of noir literature by the man himself. He literally put the McGuffin into thisContinue reading “Renato Bratkovic Reviews To Many Crooks”

Renato Bratkovič Reviews Cold London Blues

Over at Goodreads, Renato Bratkovič says: ‘When you grab a new book by Paul D. Brazill you never know what to expect – you do know, however, that you can expect a great deal of fun, excellent writing and funny characters. Cold London Blues is no different – a strange mix of characters and great dialogue andContinue reading “Renato Bratkovič Reviews Cold London Blues”

Out now! Exiles: An Outsider Anthology

The all new version of Exiles: An Outsider Anthology – now published by Artizan– is out now! ‘A powerful short story collection edited by the Bukowski of Noir, Paul D. Brazill. Exiles features 26 outsiders-themed stories by some of the greatest crime and noir writers, K. A. Laity, Chris Rhatigan, Steven Porter, Patti Abbott, RyanContinue reading “Out now! Exiles: An Outsider Anthology”

Recommended Read: It’s All True (although it may not have happened) by Renato Bratkovič

It’s All True (although it may not have happened) by Slovenian writer  Renato Bratkovič is a short, sharp story collection that views the world askew. Stand out stories for me are ‘Fat Fatale’, ‘High Midnight’ and ‘Bicycle Thieves’. Like a strange hybrid of Gogol and Frederick Brown, It’s All True (although it may not have happened)Continue reading “Recommended Read: It’s All True (although it may not have happened) by Renato Bratkovič”

What Goes On? Hilton, Bratkovič

Matt Hilton   After a successful ten books run with a major publisher (Hodder), I’m about to embark on a scary new route with my Joe Hunter thriller series. Although I have amicably split with my publisher, and a few smaller publishers were keen to pick up the reins, I have decided to bite theContinue reading “What Goes On? Hilton, Bratkovič”

I’m On The TV

“Noir is closer to Laurel and Hardy than it is to Agatha Christie” At the recent Alibi noir festival in Slovenia. Here’s me on RTV 4′s arts programme, Glasnik, talking about noir to journalist Petra Skok. With Renato Bratkovič, Neven Skgratic, Eddie Vega, Andrej Predin and the impression of Richard Godwin. More about the festival soooon … http://4d.rtvslo.si/arhiv/glasnik-oddaja-tv-maribor/174362622

Out Now: Od Lune pijan / Drunk On The Moon

Roman Dalton is an average booze-guzzling PI. But only until the moon is full … Then he’s everything but average. And now he speaks Slovene! Od Lune pijan / Drunk On The Moon  Paul D. Brazill (Author), Renato Bratkovič (Translator) My original Roman Dalton – Werewolf PI yarn has now been translated by Slovenian noirContinue reading “Out Now: Od Lune pijan / Drunk On The Moon”