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Tales of Tom Mix - Mountain Killer Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Tales of Tom Mix – Mountain Killer’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

TALES OF TOM MIX – MOUNTAIN KILLERBy Scott McCreaDS Productions130 pgs Tom Mix (Thomas Hezikiah Mix; January 6, 1880 – October 12, 1940) was an American film actor and the star of many early Western films between 1909 and 1935. He appeared in 291 films, all but nine of which

Jackie Verona Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Jackie Verona – A Murder of Gypsies’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

JACKIE VERONA – A Murder of GypsiesBy Kimberly RichardsonPro Se Press88 pgs. The year is 1957 and Jackie Verona is a lovely black art student living in the progressive metropolis of Moon City. She is also very much in love with white musician and teacher, Clovis Willow. When Clovis’ younger

Benedict & Brazo's #19 Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Benedict and Brazos’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

BENEDICT AND BRAZOS# 19 : Echoes of ShilohBy E. Jefferson ClayBold Venture Press110 pgs The Civil War is over but the hatred it spawned remains in the survivors, both victors and losers. Saddle mates Duke Benedict and Hank Brazos find this emotional residue in ex-Confederate Colonel Stanton Claiborne. A bitter

Vampire Seige At Rio Muerto Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Vampire Seige At Rio Muerto’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

VAMPIRE SEIGE AT RIO MUERTOBy John M. WhalenFlying W. PressAvailable at Amazon230 pgs When New Mexican rancher, Don Pedro Sanchez’s only daughter is turned into one of the undead by an outlaw vampire named Kord Manion, he’s forced to end her existence by driving a stake through her heart. His

Brooklyn Knight Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Brooklyn Knight’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

BROOKLYN KNIGHTBy C.J. HendersonTor Books 2010335 pgs Writer C.J. Henderson (December 26, 1951 – July 4, 2014) was an American writer of horror, hardboiled crime fiction, and comic books. His comics work includes books for Marvel Comics and Valiant Comics. His best-known work in the hardboiled genre was the Jack

The Pearl Harbor Murders Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Pearl Harbor Murders’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE PEARL HARBOR MURDERSBy Max Allan CollinsThomas & Mercer213 pgs Collins’ story begins on the 5th of December, 1941 in Honolulu, Hawaii, where famed writer Edgar Rice Burroughs resides with one of his sons, Hulbert “Hully.” Tensions on the island are high, as recent political events indicate the high probability

Sgt Preston of the Yukon Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Sergeant Preston of the Yukon’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

SERGEANT PRESTON OF THE YUKONBy Martin Grams Jr.OTR Publishing LLC( pages In this self-published book, award-winning cultural historian, Martin Grams Jr. pays homage to one of early radio and television’s most popular heroes, Sgt. Preston of the Yukon. Working from the first 16 radio scripts written in Detroit’s WXYZ station

Hell To Pay Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Hell To Pay’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

HELL TO PAYA Tom Kincaid Crime MysteryBy William R. CoxBold Venture Press162 pgs William Robert Cox (1901 – 1988) was a veteran pulp writer who wrote in various genres. His most popular were crime/mysteries and westerns. Among the several series he created, Tom Kincaid is among the most memorable. The

A Christmas Carol Murder Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘A Christmas Carol Murder’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

A CHRISTMAS CAROL MURDERBy Heather RedmondKensington Publishing303 pgs This is the third book in the unique Charles Dickens mysteries devised by writer Heather Redmond. In the books, which began with “A Tale of Two Murders” and was followed by “Grave Expectations,” the author has a grand time having a young

Golgotha City of Skulls Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Golgotha’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

GOLGOTHACity of SkullsBy Jaime Ramos20 pgs “Golgotha – City of Skulls” is an odd little book labeling itself a novelette. Considering its brevity, it is obviously not a novella. Whereas it seems to fall in that gray zone of what would be called a “long” short story. We know, that’s

Kill Me If you Can Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Kill Me If You Can’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

KILL ME IF YOU CANBy Mickey Spillane and Max Allan CollinsTitan Books273 pgs Once again writer Max Allan Collins has completed a Mike Hammer story left unfinished by the late Mickey Spillane. If you’re a Spillane fan, this is always a cause for celebration. Note, that this volume is divided

Lawless and the Flowers of Sin Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘LAWLESS and the Flowers of Sin’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

LAWLESS and the Flowers of SinBy William SuttonTitan Books359 pgs London in the mid-1860s. Vice Detective Sgt. Campbell Lawless was given the unsavory assignment of numbering how many young ladies are employed in local brothels from the most tawdry to the elegant catering to the city’s elite gentry. In a

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