Month: December 2012

Vile Blood by Roger Smith writing as Max Wilde – review

Roger Smith writes some of the most intense novels out there today, books where all kinds of grisly violence, murder and rape are depicted graphically to put it lightly, with said violence, murder and rape often involving children.  In other…

RIP Robbie Silva by Tony Black – review

We crime fanatics Stateside have been hearing about this Scottish guy Tony Black for quite sometime.  Now, thanks to the excellent epub Blasted Heath, Black’s The Storm Without and RIP Robbie Silva have made it to our shores digitally and, based…

Flash Fiction: Harvest of Smiles by Jason Ridler

From behind the dirty register, butterfly-knife safe in your back pocket, you try and bask in the glow of the magazine rack. Pasty fumes are thicker than blood in your veins. They pump from your aching heart that craves a…

Hard Bite by Anonymous-9 – review

Dean Drayhart was struck by a hit-and-run driver three years ago, the accident costing him his daughter’s life, the use of his legs and a marriage.  In the years since he’s gained a prostitute girlfriend named Cinda, a brilliant helper…

Killing Them Softly by Andrew Dominik – review

With The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, director Andrew Dominik and star/producer Brad Pitt gave us one of the most startlingly original westerns ever made, a film that upset the conventions of the genre at every…

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