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Frank Sinatra in a Blender by Matthew McBride – review

February 2, 2012
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Frank Sinatra in a Blender by Matthew McBride – review

With the amount of Top Ten lists it made in 2011, Matthew McBride and his debut novel aren’t exactly unknown quantities. A kick-in-the-balls title, Frank Sinatra in a Blender, doesn’t hurt either. With its cocktail of shotgun pacing, extreme violence and black-as-pitch humor, all of the accolades and praise it’s seen is well-deserved. Private...

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Frank Sinatra in a Blender by Matthew McBride – review

June 8, 2011
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Frank Sinatra in a Blender by Matthew McBride – review

The Nerd is all about full disclosure, dear reader, at least as much disclosure as a dude who writes under a ridiculous pseudonym and behind a Charles Neslon Reilly on velvet portrait avatar can muster, anyway.  The full disclosure I refer to is this: I do not own an e-reader of any sort.  I’m still on...

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Frank Sinatra in a Blender by Matthew McBride – review

June 3, 2011
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Frank Sinatra in a Blender by Matthew McBride – review

Playing with memory is a classic noir device and setup and some of the younger authors have, at times, relied on drugs and alcohol to fuel these memory lapses to great effect. The main character in Frank Sinatra in a Blender tweaks this idea somewhat because he takes copious amounts of drugs and drinks...

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