Dominic Milne reviews Guns Of Brixton

Over at Amazon, top crime fiction writer DOMINIC MILNE reviews GUNS OF BRIXTON. Here’s what he says: ‘Pulp fiction at its hilarious, irreverent best… For all the numerous and largely excellent crime books I’ve read this year, I can’t remember any offering raising quite as many smiles as this one. In Guns Of Brixton, PaulContinue reading “Dominic Milne reviews Guns Of Brixton”

CLIP: GUNS OF BRIXTON BY PAUL D. BRAZILL

‘Right annoying fucker though, that Half-Pint Harry. Eh, Kenny? Non-stop motor mouth, he was. Gob-shite Geordie twat,’ said Big Jim as they put the body in the Jaguar’s boot and slammed the lid shut. ‘He wasn’t a Geordie,’ said Kenny, resting on a barrel and wiping the sweat from his forehead with his sleeve. ‘Eh?’Continue reading “CLIP: GUNS OF BRIXTON BY PAUL D. BRAZILL”

Guns Of Brixton reviewed at Kevin’s Corner

‘Like a lot of the Paul D. Brazill’s excellent stories there are a large number of cultural references at work in this twisting crime yarn. Many become clear in time via the context of the story through one does get the feeling one is missing a point or joke here and there. What is clearContinue reading “Guns Of Brixton reviewed at Kevin’s Corner”

Guns Of Brixton reviewed at Col’s Criminal Library

Guns Of Brixton gets a great review over at Col’s Criminal Library. Here’s what Col says: ‘Short, sharp, violent, funny, populated by an interesting smorgasbord of low-life, criminals…….  Half-Pint Harry, Anarchy Al and the like. The action mainly concerns recovering a missing suitcase, interspersed with an accidental killing, a jewellery heist, dingy pubs and greasyContinue reading “Guns Of Brixton reviewed at Col’s Criminal Library”

Guns Of Brixton reviewed at Lovereading

The legendary Maxim Jakubowski gives Guns Of Brixton a great review in his latest monthly column at Lovereading. ‘Poland-based British author Brazill is one of the leading lights of a burgeoning independent crime publishing landscape in which he has been a prolific pen as well as nurturing editor. This short novel is an expansion ofContinue reading “Guns Of Brixton reviewed at Lovereading”

Guns Of Brixton reviewed at Crimesquad

There’s a great FIVE STAR review of GOB by Graham Smith over at the prestigious CRIMESQUAD. ‘Guns of Brixton’ is a taut story wrapped around the possession of a briefcase with mysterious contents. Told from disparate viewpoints it follows a bunch of unwieldy yet utterly believable characters as they get dragged into an ever worseningContinue reading “Guns Of Brixton reviewed at Crimesquad”