Publishers Weekly have reviewed my book Last Year’s Man– which is due out in June from All Due Respect / Down & Out Books. And it’s a good one, too! ‘Tommy Bennett, the narrator of this violent, darkly funny short novel from Brazill (A Case of Noir), is nearing 60 and the end of his unlikely careerContinue reading “Publishers Weekly Review Last Year’s Man”
THE ELECTRIC STORM podcast take a 60 SECOND look at A CASE OF NOIR in their WORDS ON WORDS spot and say some very nice things about it indeed! Check it out!
BRISTOL NOIR takes a gander at GUNS OF BRIXTON and says: ‘Rich quick-fire dialogue full of colorful characters fill each page from start to finish. Their words are all delivered like solid noir gold bricks; bang, bang, bang; building up a wall of intermixed noir screwball fun that leaves you looking forward to the finalContinue reading “A Couple of Top Reviews”
And says: ‘ 5 out of 5 stars London is a violent violent town February 21, 2018 There are so many gems in Paul D. Brazill’s “Cold London Blues” that this review could contain nothing but a bulleted list. If I did that, surely it would be enough to convince you that you need to read thisContinue reading “Henry Brock Reviews Cold London Blues”
Over at at Amazon.com, Ethan Hobart reviews my short story Drunk On the Moon, which has also been tranlated into Slovenian by Renato Bratkovic, if you fancy it. He says it’s a ‘Briskly paced, darkly comic horror/P. I. mashup.’
Over at GOODREADS , Chris says: ‘Luke Case is a “journalist” adrift in an expat’s sea of booze, smoke, sex, shady characters and shadier dealings. He hops around Europe running from his past, but you can’t run forever. Or maybe you can? Doesn’t matter. This is more excellent entertainment from PDB, who makes for aContinue reading “Chris Rhatigan Reviews A Case Of Noir”
Over at Goodreads, ace Brit Grit writer Martin Stanley says: ‘Fast moving, funny, crime caper with Brazill’s usual abundance of wordplay, in-jokes, and crooks looking to get one-over on each other. It is a mix of the Quentin Tarantino multi-character McGuffin (in this case, of a Nazi ring) and a Carry-On film. It never takesContinue reading “Martin Stanley Reviews Too Many Crooks”
Over at Amazon.com, e.hobart says: ‘Paul Brazill is fast becoming one of my favorite crime fiction writers. This one is another winning combination of humor, suspense and action.’
Over at Amazon.com, e.hobart gives A Case Of Noir 5 STARS and says it’s a ‘Fast paced, well written, clever novella constructed out of interconnected short stories.’
Over at Amazon.com, Lizzie says: ‘Gangsters looking for good help. Cops looking for a good time. A private detective looking for an alcoholic crime writer. A young man looking for his father. How Paul Brazill ties these threads together makes for an entertaining novella.’
Over at the Amazons, he says: ‘Brazill is a master of noir fiction’ Read the rest here.
Over at Amazon.com, e.hobart says Too Many Crooks is a ‘Fast paced, very funny caper novella.’
Martin gives an end of year report regarding his own wrting and picks five fave reads from 2017, one of which is Kill Me Quick! ‘Kill Me Quick by Paul D. Brazill: You can always rely on Paul Brazill for a nifty turn of phrase, a superb one-liner, or a nice piece of description. He alsoContinue reading “Martin Stanley picks Kill Me Quick! as one of his Top Five Reads of 2017”
Over at Goodreads, he says: ‘This put a smile on my face. Paul D. Brazill can deliver a humorous crime story like nobody else.’