#Orentober – Review: In The Absence of Miracles by Michael J Malone from Orenda Books

Gripping, tense, unexpected, deeply moving. An at times difficult read, but a beautifully written story full of heart and compassion. Available to buy via Orenda Books here. This is a difficult book to review. I’ll get that right up front. It goes to some really dark places, if you are going to give this a … Continue reading #Orentober – Review: In The Absence of Miracles by Michael J Malone from Orenda Books

Review: Dead is Beautiful by Jo Perry from Fahrenheit Press / Fahrenheit 13

Charlie and Rose are back for a fourth adventure. Noir with a conscience. Beautifully and originally written. Thought provoking, compelling, unique. Available to buy direct from Fahrenheit at: Paperback (Includes free eBook)     eBook (ePub)     eBook (Kindle) Let’s get the bias out of the way up front, regular readers will know I’m a fan of … Continue reading Review: Dead is Beautiful by Jo Perry from Fahrenheit Press / Fahrenheit 13

Review: Very Nearly Dead by A.K. Reynolds from Bloodhound Books

A shared secret, dead bodies and a protagonist struggling to cope with the burden. How much more noir do you want? Available to buy here Very Nearly Dead follows the tale of Jasmine Black. Told in a classic noir first person style. We meet Jasmine as she is approaching another school reunion. Many would look … Continue reading Review: Very Nearly Dead by A.K. Reynolds from Bloodhound Books

Review: Careless Whisper by T.S. Hunter from Red Dog Press

More great Soho Noir. Boy Bands and suspicious deaths, what could possibly go wrong? Available to buy direct from Red Dog Press A third outing for Joe and Russell, another chance to step into their world and spend some more time with these wonderful character’s. Last time round (Who’s That Girl) I talked a bit … Continue reading Review: Careless Whisper by T.S. Hunter from Red Dog Press

#IndieCrimeCrawl -Review: Death of an Angel by Derek Farrell from Fahrenheit Press

Danny Bird is back for a fourth adventure across London. A falling body, an intriguing mystery, darkly comic and thought provoking. Avaialble to buy direct here: Paperback     e-Book (epub)     e-Book (Kindle) And if you buy the paperback direct from Fahrenheit, you'll get an e-Book in your choice of format for free. Whist this is … Continue reading #IndieCrimeCrawl -Review: Death of an Angel by Derek Farrell from Fahrenheit Press