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Caught In The Act by Brian J. Smith

WHEN the door flies open and hits the wall, it’s already too late; my dick shrivels like a turtle dodging a bullet and everything seems to slow down. 619 more words



Release: 1968
Country: United States
Director: Peter Yates
Screenplay: Alan Trustman, Harry Kleiner
Starring: Steve McQueen, Jacqueline Bisset, Robert Vaughn, Don Gordon, Simon Oakland, Norman Fell, Robert Duvall, Georg Stanford Brown. 2,276 more words

Film & TV

When You Travel into the Crooked Little Vein of America: Crooked Little Vein by Warren Ellis Book Review

Hello all my indie readers, it’s finally here! My first review in over a year of many to come. Ain’t that exciting? Have you heard of this underground gem of a book, Crooked Little Vein by Warren Ellis? 417 more words

Book Reviews

Satisfied vengeance casts a pitch-black glow

Black Hammock, by Michael Wiley. Severn House. 192 pages. Hardcover $28.95.

With his newest and noirist thriller, Michael Wiley pretty much forsakes traditional detective story plotting and follows a protagonist on his personal vendetta. 395 more words

Authors And Books

George Snyder: Crime noir author

A Facebook page called “Friends of Atoka, Indie Titles” is dedicated to Indie authors who actually are friends of Ted Atoka. One such author, with more than a few dozen published books to his credit, agreed to shed some light on his business of Indie. 1,831 more words


John Hart: Redemption Road

Subversive Killer

Tortured minds

Detective Elizabeth Black joined the police department 13-years after Officer Adrian Wall saved her from a suicide attempt. She has always been drawn to him, even after his release from prison for murdering his lover. 159 more words

Murder In Common

“The Nice Guys” Review: Shane Black’s Greatest Hits Album

It’s unlikely that the vast movie-going public would immediately recognize the name Shane Black.  He’s a guy with only six movies under his belt as director – and two of them are still in-production.  1,413 more words