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Dive Bartender Characters Found in Other TK O'Neill Works

Thanks to all of you who bought a copy of Dive Bartender: Sibling Rivalry, ebook or paperback. I hope you enjoyed it and the cast of characters making up Zenith City’s underworld. 710 more words

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Is your home robot cute?

Another short excerpt from Colin O’Sullivan’s new novel, THE DARK MANUAL, for your enjoyment:

“Where’s your ‘bot?”

“It’s shut down for the evening. I’m sick to death of listening to the fucking thing.” 500 more words

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Love Is a Racket - Finally, Formally on My Shelf!

So yesterday I finally acquired the hardcover edition of one of my all-time favorite crime novels, Love Is a Racket (1998) by novelist/graphic novelist, showrunner and Academy Award-winning screenwriter  257 more words

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Interview with Matt Doyle — LFBooks

Laura Freestone over on LFBooks was kind enough to interview me. You can check it out at the link below.

Thank you Matt for this very interesting story.

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Interview with Colin O'Sullivan in Your Secret Library

A few days before the release of Colin’s third novel, THE DARK MANUAL, a Trinity College Dublin graduate Polly Young interviews her fellow Trinity College alumnus for Your Secret Library Magazine: 43 more words

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Crime fiction, pulp-style: the way Goodis and Chandler liked it

Frank Ford is a survivor of 10 long years at the Metropole Bar, where he’s babysitter and alcohol dealer to Zenith City’s derelict class: the misfits, the losers, the crazies, the old fading lushes and “the budding young alcoholics unaware of or indifferent to what lies ahead.” 142 more words

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Excerpt from "The Dark Manual" by Colin O'Sullivan

From Chapter 3:

Susie suddenly lashes out, sending the cereal bowl flying from the counter out into kitchen space. It smashes to pieces against a side cupboard and lays silent on the floor in thick white shards. 580 more words

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