Magazine cover of All Due Respect, where you'll find my review of Stephen King's Joyland.
The good people at With All Due Respect Magazine have published my review of Stephen King's Joyland. It's available right now at this link, and soon in print as well.
126 pages of original hard-boiled crime noir, it's only $2.99 on Kindle.
From its Amazon page:
All Due Respect is back with thriller author Owen Laukkanen, whose
latest book, Kill Fee, is due out in March. We've got some seriously
dark stories from CS DeWildt, David Siddall, Joseph Rubas, Eric Beetner,
Liam Sweeny, and Scott Adlerberg. And we continue our quest to review
every Hard Case Crime book. If you like your fiction hardboiled/noir,
this is your magazine.
Praise for All Due Respect:
"All Due Respect... is full of bars and beatings, guns and grifters,
not necessarily the kind of crime to cozy up with by the fire, unless
it's one of those burning cars on the side of the road." -- David James
Keaton, author of Fish Bites Cop
"This is perhaps the best collection of noir and crime short stories I’ve come across." -- Big Al's Books and Pals.
So there you are. This is good stuff. For just $2.99, please give it a shot. Leave a comment, let me know what you thought.