Posts Tagged ‘ Les Edgerton ’

The Bitch by Les Edgerton – review

May 13, 2014
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The Bitch by Les Edgerton – review

Les Edgerton’s The Bitch is a straight-up old-school noir novel that will pin your ass to the break table at lunch at make you late for work. It’s a story told by ex-con, now-hairdresser Jake Bishop, a guy on the verge of living the American Dream.  He’s got a beautiful wife, his own house...

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The Rapist by Les Edgerton – review

March 17, 2013
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The Rapist by Les Edgerton – review

Les Edgerton’s The Rapist isn’t gonna hold your hand.  Well, you probably figured as much seeing how, you know, it’s called The Rapist for fuck’s sake – a breezy, cozy quilting mystery this shit most likely ain’t.  But this beast, published by basement-crazy fan-favorite indie house New Pulp Press, isn’t even the visceral anti-hero piece...

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The Bitch by Les Edgerton – review

February 14, 2012
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The Bitch by Les Edgerton – review

The Bitch (Bare Knuckles Press) is a splendid, devastating story of ex-con, Jake Bishop, trying to go straight and make a life for himself in a world that stacks the cards against him at every turn. Everything Jake holds dear seems so fleeting in his life and yet the “Bitch”, the state’s three strikes...

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Les Edgerton, Cort McMeel, Eddie Vega, Sandra Ruttan on The G-ZONE Blogtalk Radio Show

November 16, 2011
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Les Edgerton, Cort McMeel, Eddie Vega, Sandra Ruttan on The G-ZONE Blogtalk Radio Show

Les Edgerton, Sandra Ruttan, Eddie Vega, Cort McMeel and myself were all guests on “The G-ZONE” Blogtalk Radio Show to talk about epublishing, Spinetingler, Snubnose Press, Noir Nation, the forthcoming Bare Knuckles Press and really the whole thing is just like a goofy panel with friends hanging out. And alcohol. We were a bunch...

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