Ethan Hobart Reviews Drunk On The Moon

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Over at at Amazon.com, Ethan Hobart reviews my short story Drunk On the Moon, which has also been tranlated into Slovenian by Renato Bratkovic, if you fancy it.

He says it’s a ‘Briskly paced, darkly comic horror/P. I. mashup.’

 

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Roman Dalton Gets A Couple Of Top Reviews

the neon boneyardOver at Amazon.co. ukChloë Yates reviews DRUNK ON THE MOON: A ROMAN DALTON ANTHOLOGY and says:

‘Cracking stuff. You won’t be sorry, but you will be throughly entertained.’

And Tom Leins takes a gander at THE NEON BONEYARD: A ROMAN DALTON YARN and says:

‘The Neon Boneyard is a snarling supernatural crime yarn from Brit-grit power player Paul Brazill. The plot is enjoyably chaotic, the wisecracks come thick and fast, and the pop-culture references are chewed up and spat out with admirable gusto. Good fun!’

 

 

Pat McDonald Reviews Drunk On The Moon: A Roman Dalton Anthology

Drunk On The Moon 2016Over at Amazon.com, she says:

This is Paul D Brazill at his best; the humour is just tongue in cheek but the descriptive prose is perfection. It is so atmospheric it appeals to all the senses; I swear that there was one moment when I could even smell the cigarette smoke curling into the air of the bar (that I looked around the room for some evidence of it). This is a Roman Dalton anthology which begins with the Brazill ‘Drunk on the Moon’, a zombie/werewolf collection. If you read any of this book, you must read the first especially if you are a writer, a would-be writer or a ‘wish I was’ a writer – here is the first lesson. Had me totally intrigued just from the exquisite prose, the story is merely incidental. His dedication, however, to women with red lipstick is as cameo as Hitchcock’s appearance in his own films, if you read enough of his books you’ll know what I mean. Excellent! Pat McDonald British Crime Author.

Out Now: Od Lune pijan / Drunk On The Moon

drunk on the moon SloveneRoman Dalton is an average booze-guzzling PI. But only until the moon is full … Then he’s everything but average. And now he speaks Slovene!

Od Lune pijan / Drunk On The Moon 

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My original Roman Dalton – Werewolf PI yarn has now been translated by Slovenian noir writer Renato Bratkovič

And you can get it here as an Artizan double – in both languages.

Available at all other Amazon’s, too.

The Sounds Of Duffy’s Bar

The Wurlitzer jukebox at Duffy’s Bar is featured in most of the Roman Dalton P I stories.

And, over at You Tube, I’ve created a playlist featuring  a lot of the songs you can hear on that jukebox.

The jukebox at Duffy’s Bar has tunes from Anne Pigalle, Tom Waits, Joe Tex, Martin G Stephenson,Maria Mckee, Vic Godard, Dean Martin,  Mel Torme, Bessie Smith, Hank Williams and many, many more.
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OUT NOW ! ! ! MURDER BY MOONLIGHT BY VINCENT ZANDRI

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THE BLURB:

‘In Murder by Moonlight, Vincent Zandri’s cunning detective Dick Moonlight returns with his toughest case yet: proving an open-and-shut murder investigation isn’t over at all.

Joan Parker is the last woman private eye Dick Moonlight would ever expect to see in his Albany office. From the right side of the tracks—neighboring Bethlehem—she bears her upper class upbringing as effortlessly as a string of pearls. She also bears a scar running down her head and face—a brutal reminder of the ax attack that took the life of her husband. Her twenty-one-year-old son, Christopher, now sits in jail charged with the crime.

According to the official report—based on Joan’s answers to police when they arrived at the house and found her barely alive—she identified Christopher as the culprit. But sitting in Moonlight’s office, she reveals that she has no recollection of the event, yet is certain of one thing: Christopher didn’t do it.

Moonlight knows a thing or two about being nearly dead. And he also knows the tragedy of the police jumping to the wrong conclusions—a past case of a falsely accused client still haunts him—so he agrees to take the job and get to the truth of what happened that day. At first the trail of clues—from the crime scene to Joan’s original accusation—keeps the finger pointed at Christopher. But soon Moonlight turns up something he never expected, something more sinister than anything he’s ever come up against.’

And if you’re a fan of Vincent Zandri’s Dick Moonlight, then why not pick up a copy of the anthology Drunk On The Moon 2  where he encounters the werewolf detective Roman Dalton in an exclusive story entitled Full Moonlight.