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When a full moon fills the night sky P I Roman Dalton becomes a werewolf and prowls the dark streets of the city battling creatures of evil Paul D Brazill's Drunk On The Moon is an intense and hard boiled noir horror series broug In this uniue and interesting anthology Paul D Brazill has gathered together a collection of the finest crime and horror writers and brought you something special Paul kicks off the anthology with the title story The inspiration for the story is the Tom Waits song of the same title Brazill creates a world of boozy and violent characters that he peppers with his usual witty one liners and running gags Music references litter the story like jewels waiting to be discovered He tells the tale of Roman Dalton a former cops who is coming to terms with the fact that he is a werewolf The descriptiveness of the writing is sublime and a tangible atmosphere is created expertly by the author I was soon hooked on this dark world so excellently conveyedPaul has carefully picked writers that he believes will bring a certain uniue something to the publication and it works a treat Each writer has left his or her own signature on the anthology We see the character of Dalton grows with each story and slowly the delicious secrets of this dark world are revealed to us If you like the idea of a hard drinking werewolf PI then I highly recommend this anthology An original idea with an array of talent behind it that is worthy of five stars

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Drunk on the Moon

Mmoth Book Of Best British Crime His short story collection '13 Shots Of Noir' will be published in 2011 He writes regularly for Pulp Metal Magazine and Mean Streets Magazine His influential blog is You Would Say That Wouldn't Yo Paul D Brazill has earned his stripes and then some by having a huge number of stories published in some of the finest of places and selected by editors who know their stuff I would t normally go for a werewolf story but Paul D tells them so well Here our PI Roman Dalton explains how he came to be so cursed and how he s been able to make a living from his new talents I loved the music references and the humour had to be Howlin Wolf on the jukebox and the lean hardboiled tones The good news came at the end of the book when I saw this is the first in a series with a host of talent giving their own take on Dalton How splendid Sweep on the author to use Moon River anyone

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Ht to you by some of the finest dark fiction writers around Spinetingler Award nominee Paul D Brazill was born in England and lives in Poland His writing has appeared in a number of magazines and anthologies including the 2011 Ma Its been many moons ago since I was last drunk and so judging a book by its title Drunk on the moon didn t uite tick all the boxes at a first glance I liked the cover art but did not understand until reading the connection with the story I was expecting a basic crime story but instead I was totally surprised in to finding it a really well written crisp story with originality It had interesting characters punchy lines dark humour and a promising beginning of a series with a main protagonist PI with a twist of supernatural This an author who I will be looking forward to reading from


10 thoughts on “Drunk on the Moon

  1. says:

    This colorful hard boiled novella features an ex cop turned private eye with wolfman tendencies whenever the moon goes full It's a corker parody of fun and Mr Brazill's fluid vivid prose style only adds to the appeal Wry humor and uirky characters are included Bonus points are deserved for the shout out to CW singer Geo

  2. says:

    I have never done this with a review I mean this is supposed to be my thoughts and feelings on a what I think of someone

  3. says:

    In this uniue and interesting anthology Paul D Brazill has gathered together a collection of the finest crime and horror writers and brought you something special Paul kicks off the anthology with the title story The inspiration for the story is the Tom Waits song of the same title Brazill creates a world of boozy and violent characters that he peppers with his usual witty one liners and running gags Music references litter the story lik

  4. says:

    Memories of the previous night trample all over your thoughts with dirty feet Worth it for that line alone but then again there are so many great lines and a compelling story told with them Brazill's prose remind me of why sixteen year old me fell in love with Chandler Not that he rips off Chandler like so many try and

  5. says:

    This series opener is by another fellow Trestle Press author and my copy was provided free by the publisher Being an avid

  6. says:

    Its been many moons ago since I was last drunk and so judging a book by its title Drunk on the moon didn't uite tick all the boxes at a first glance I liked the cover art but did not understand until reading the connection with the story I was expecting a basic crime story but instead I was totally surprised in to finding it a really well written crisp story with originality It had interesting characters punc

  7. says:

    Paul D Brazill has earned his stripes and then some by having a huge number of stories published in some of the finest of places and selected by editors who know their stuff I would't normally go for a werewolf story but Paul D tells them so well Here our PI Roman Dalton explains how he came to be so cursed and how he's b

  8. says:

    Paul Brazil negotiates tricky moonlight rivers of blood Mel Torme AND Dusty Springfield really bad hangovers worse doggy jokes and Tonton Macoute just to name a few of the obstacles between our hero and his next benderwith an ease and grace that one expects from a full Professor of the Midnight University

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  10. says:

    Yowza I just bought Paul D Brazill’s newest offering DRUNK ON THE MOON a couple of hours ago and read it all the way through my mouth agape on every single pageThere are writers one reads for plot for story for strong characterization for brilliant description for brilliant dialog for all kinds of things I read Mr Brazill for all of those and but the thing I always look for in his work and am always amply r