Wednesday, August 4, 2010

"The Baddest of the Bad is Oh So Good"

Review of Gutter Books' first offering by one of the world's biggest entertainment websites:

Crime fiction can be broken down into subgenres. There are the cozies like those found in Ellery Queen, the hard-boiled grit of a Sam Spade or Mike Hammer novel, and the fact-heavy and suspense-driven stories of James Ellroy. Then there are the stories about people who have crawled out of the gutter.

In fact, there's a whole magazine dedicated to the screwed up people and their screwed up relationships that often end in bloodshed: Out of the Gutter. Gutter went books this year and they gave me a copy of their debut "The Baddest of the Bad" to read and review.

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  1. been looking for you all over...
    where did you disappear? missed you!

  2. been looking for you all over...
    where did you disaear? missed you!