A dark noir stripped of fat; beautifully crafted and presented – punching primal buttons relentlessly with each word – it’s visceral, fierce and dark.
Having read Heatley’s work before, there’s a (David) Lynchian tone that I personally find with it and love as well.
A beautiful thing inside and out. In fact I’ve had several people ask me about it when reading it out and about. When done I was torn between adding it to my favourites shelf alongside James Sallis, Derek Raymond and Paul D. Brazill, or leaving it in my local (which has a book swap) for some other lucky barfly book nerd to find.
Read a review of Paul Heatley’s ‘Motel Whore (& Other Stories)’ here: https://www.bristolnoir.co.uk/tag/motel-whore-other-stories/
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Amazon list of our favourite Fahrenheit Press books: https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/bristolnoir?listId=1EFAQJIJIRN45