It’s the crime writing awards season, it seems. So here’s a quick mention of some that are relevant to Pulp Metal Magazine.
Scottish crime writer Tony Black has written four cracking novels featuring the wonderfully stroppy journalist -turned -Private Eye Gus Dury. In his latest novel, TRUTH LIES BLEEDING, however, Black has taken a rest from Dury. The protagonist is Detective Inspector Rob Brennan.
By Paul D Brazill
Truth Lies Bleeding by Tony Black.
The protagonist of Tony Black’s previous four novels is Gus Dury-a boozy journalist turned private eye. Dury is an antisocial, cantankerous, stroppy, trouble maker who lives on the cusp of catastrophe.
By P D Brazill
While we think of sixties and seventies TV cops as sophisticated post James Bonds, Frank Marker, who was played so brilliantly by Alfred Burke in the sixties television series PUBLIC EYE was no Simon Templar, Jason King or John Steed, I can tell you.
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