REVIEW: Man of the World by Paul D. Brazill

Review of Man of the World by Paul D Brazill
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Man of the World is out now with All Due Respect, who are purveyors of mighty fine low life literature. Brazill’s book felt a bit like if Guy Ritchie had directed The Ladykillers (1955 version)… It’s a Brit-Grit belter laced with music to die for. Concentrated razor-sharp dialogue, lyrical dynamics and poetry are all in …

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J. BOWIE INTERVIEW: by Paul D. Brazill

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I’m a big fan of his, so was truly chuffed to be asked by Paul D. Brazill to do a short sharp interview for his own site. Hangover cures, militia supervised Cambodian dance-offs, The Hacienda and bucket lists were all covered… Also comments on ‘Transference’ (#2 in the Black Viking P.I series). ‘Joy Division’s ‘Transmission’ …

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PAUL D. BRAZILL: Recommends ‘Untethered’

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I’m a fan of Brit-Noir supremo and aficionado Paul D. Brazill, and so was a little on edge when I heard he was reading ‘UNTETHERED‘. His own works include the superbly gritty ‘Guns of Brixton’, ‘Kill Me Quick’, ‘Too Many Crooks’ and a load [more]. I’m also looking forward to his new release ‘Last Year’s …

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