Tag: noir

Math Bird: Welcome to HolyHell

The return Missing money and the run to HolyHell. It starts with one body and ends with more. In the middle 12-year old Jay. Not long after Nash discovers Bowden has run off with his life savings, Bowden’s body is found in HolyHell. He fell from the roof of a home, the scene of another death years earlier. Jay found…

Terence McCauley: The Fairfax Incident

Smooth Operator Charlie Doherty is WWI veteran, and ex-police. A bag man forced off the job so the Chief of Police could keep his. Now a Private Investigator, he has the backing of an influential family whose son he saved. Doherty is a sharp-dressed man with wealthy clients. One of who’s patriarch has committed suicide. His wife wants an investigation.…

Olivia Kiernan: Too Close to Breathe

Breathless   Detective Chief Super Frankie Sheehan is back on the job. Badly injured by a killer from a previous case, she wants no pity. Her team respect her but are cautious. There is some concern about PTSD. No escaping her keen eye though. Her first case is the death is Dr. Eleanor Costello and the suicide that isn’t. Sheehan’s…

Dietrich Kalteis: Zero Avenue + Insight from the author

  Vancouver Punk   It’s 1979 and the Vancouver scene is ripe. Flash guitar riffs, apocalyptic lyrics, crashing drums and fire onstage. Back when¬†Mary Armstrong (aka Mary-Jo Kopechne) played bass for the Modernettes.¬†Hooks and rhythms all relevant, all pervasive. Frankie Del Rey is close to making it. All she needs is enough money to cut a demo record. She plays…

J Kent Messum: Bait + Interview

Swim for life   Six strangers, all addicts, all from Miami neighbourhoods best left unnamed. Stalked, drugged and kidnapped, they awake on a small, uninhabited island in the Florida Keys. They have one days food and water, and a note advising them to swim for their next fix. It’s waiting for them on another island a mile away. Off-shore a…

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