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Crime-On-Crime Review Series #18: Triggerfish, by Dietrich Kalteis

What can I say about Dietrich Kalteis’s writing that I haven’t said in my review of his previous novel, The Deadbeat Club? His prose drills like a woodpecker on wood, and his characters always pop right off the page with engaging, character-specific dialog. 190 more words

The Gate by J. S. Cook (review)

Tagline: A gay man sees a seedier, dark side of the wartime effort

Vice #2: Anger

Title: The Gate

Author: J. S. Cook… 509 more words

Book Review

Interview with Author R. J. Davies Mornix

Today I’m happy to share an interview I did with my friend Rhonda. Also known as R. J. Davies Mornix. She recently released her debut novel,Maddox Files: Back to Business, you can find her buy links at the end. 750 more words

Crime Fiction

I hate Jane Austen novels this much!

I hate Jane Austen

I don’t hate Jane Austen. I only despise her literary work.

To prove I mean no malice for the woman, I’ve included a heart-felt apology at the bottom of this post, one that defines my page’s headline: … 678 more words

Writing

Neo-Noir Fiction: Evil Has Gone Up A Notch!

Neo-Fiction: The New Black

‘That’s only my hand child. I mean you no harm.

Trust me. There is nothing to fear.

…but don’t tell anyone I was here!’ 342 more words

Writing

Moreton Island Murder Baffles Police. Investigations Continue.

 

 Story by reporter: Julie Sephlia : Twitter: i.sephlia : Facebook

Moreton Island: Idyllic Murder Scene.

Moreton Island: Body Found Under Yacht.

Moreton Island has become the scene of a most bizarre murder which has investigators stumped. 214 more words

Writing

'Surreptitiously Yours' by Kristen Fouquet

Where are the bounds of privacy, and what does it mean to respect privacy in the face of art making? A young film student asks just this question in Kristen Fouquet’s novella… 357 more words

Book Criticism