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Number Eight: THE GUTTER AND THE GRAVE by Ed McBain

I love Ed McBain. For my money, nobody does noir better. McBain is best known for his long-running 87th Precinct series (I’ve read close to a dozen of them, and they’re uniformly excellent if you enjoy police procedurals), but he’s written some wonderful standalone novels as well. 886 more words


Comic Review: Hawaiian Dick, Vol. 1: Byrd of Paradise

B. Clay Moore and Steven Griffin’s Hawaiian Dick series (published by Image Comics) was hyped up to me by a friend that I share an affinity for great comic books and Tiki culture with. 338 more words


Noli me tangere - Andrea Camilleri #AndreaCamilleri

Forse voglio dare interpretazioni personali a questo libro, ma non è questo il bello di essere lettori?
Libro breve, delicato e sfuggente come solo Camilleri sa essere, tratta del percorso di una donna impossibile, pericolosa, molto amata, una donna che rincorre la propria vita che le sfugge dalle mani, vita basata sull’amore, sul sesso, sull’arte, sulla religione. 316 more words


Advocate For The Dead Chapter 15: Making Calls & Corpses

Advocate For The Dead Table Of Contents

Chapter 15: Making Calls & Corpses

I awoke on the floor, the photo album clutched to my chest. I took a last look at the pictures staring back at me and set it aside. 1,382 more words


The Third Man - Zithers and Cuckoo Clocks

Dumbo Review:

There are some classics that are, without a doubt, films that will always be hard-hitting, poignant works of art. They remain progressive to this day, whether through plot, skill of the actors, cinematography, soundtrack, or a combination of all. 2,450 more words


MISTS OF AKUMA available NOW in PDF & Print!

IT’S TRUE! Go get your copy!

If you’re already familiar with my work then you probably already know what’s up with Mists of Akuma, but if not oh-my-god you are in for a treat. 2,641 more words

MIke Myler