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Book Review: ‘The Wrong Quarry’ by Max Allan Collins

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The newest entry in Collins' hit man series takes our hard-boiled narrator back to the early eighties. Read More »

Music Review: Richard Hawley – Standing at the Sky’s Edge

Anthemic guitars and swirling atmospheres dominate Richard Hawley's seventh solo album. Read More »

Book Review: Blood on the Mink by Robert Silverberg

A hard-boiled piece of crime fiction from the s-f master gets issued for the first time in book form. Read More »

Music Review: Kasabian – Velociraptor!

Kasabian prove they are about more than just weird album titles. Read More »

Concert Review: Hop Farm Festival, Tonbridge, Kent UK, July 1-3, 2011

Set in a small farmland just outside Tonbridge, Kent, Hop Farm is one of the best kept secrets of the summer on the British festival circuit. Read More »

Book Review: Top of the Heap by Erle Stanley Gardner (A.A. Fair)

A private eye novel from the creator of Perry Mason gets its first publication in thirty years. Read More »

Comic Books Review: Driver for the Dead #2 and Ryder on the Storm #1

Two comics mini-series feature hard-boiled heroes against powerful murderous magics. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Modesty Blaise: Death in Slow Motion by Peter O’Donnell and Neville Colvin

Titan Books' reprint of the classic British crime and spy comic strip continues with three more crisp adventures. Read More »

Rediscover the Art of the Book Cover on CoverBrowser.com

A look at old book and magazine covers can be inspiring in a number of different ways. Read More »

Pulp Pages: “Future Book” (A Dan Turner Story) by Robert Leslie Bellem

"The sprawled form was all that remained of Arlynne Quistan. She was as dead as the skull on a sinus-doctor's desk." Read More »