Month: June 2012

Capture by Roger Smith – review

Capture opens with security guard Vernon Saul watching from a distance while a four year-old girl drowns in the Atlantic.  He’s part of Sniper Security, an outfit that watches over a rich Cape Town beach community, and the girl in question…

Rogue’s Gallery: Posters – the good and the bad

ROGUE’S GALLERY – Where three dedicated Noirheads discuss, argue and bat around topics on all things Film Noir. With Jake Hinkson, Cullen Gallagher and Eric Beetner. Eric: Were going lightweight this time. I’m a poster collector. I think the movie…

Peter Farris – Interview

  I was fortunate enough to meet Peter Farris at last year’s Bouchercon in St. Louis. We had been goofing around on Twitter and various social media platforms over the past year, so we’d “known” each other for a while.…

The Cut by George Pelecanos – review

In the first novel of a new series, we are introduced to Spero Lucas, a just-returned Iraq war veteran, working as an investigator for a Washington, D.C. defense attorney with a sideline of recovering “lost” property fort a 40 per…

Flash Fiction: Armegeddon Short by Gary Clifton

Rule of thumb:  in the station house, you’ll find some brilliant cops, some dumb as dirt, and a few crazy as a fruit orchard boar.  Some take the job just to tote around a gun, some to actually serve and…

Tumblin’ Dice by John McFetridge – review

You should be reading John McFetridge.  It’s as simple as that, really.  The guy is one of the most exciting and ambitious motherfuckers in the crime writing game today and you should read every fucking thing he puts to paper…

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