Guest post: Robert E. Dunn talks genre writing

  Robert E. Dunn stops by today with a post called What’s My Genre? I’m always open to guest posts, especially from Robert as he continues to be a huge supporter of my blog and other blogs throughout the book world. His latest release, Dead Man’s Badge has been praised by the legendary Joe Lansdale, calling it “lean and smart and very good”. I’ll drop a … Continue reading Guest post: Robert E. Dunn talks genre writing

Book review: A Particular Darkness – Robert E. Dunn

  Hurricane Katrina Williams is back in A Particular Darkness, the second novel that follows on soon after the excellent A Living Grave. Dunn’s first Katrina Williams novel was a book that sat a little outside of my comfort zone, though I was still willing to give it a go purely because I’ve enjoyed Robert’s other books and I know that he can spin a … Continue reading Book review: A Particular Darkness – Robert E. Dunn

Guest Post: Robert E. Dunn – Stand Writing

Robert E. Dunn writes across a number of genres. From crime thrillers such as ‘A Living Grave’, featuring detective Katrina Williams, to his short novel, Motorman – a story about gods and fast cars, and his most recent release The Harrowing – a story about a biker that goes to Hell. One things for sure, you are never quite sure what Robert will present to … Continue reading Guest Post: Robert E. Dunn – Stand Writing

Book review: A Living Grave – Robert E. Dunn

With ‘A Living Grave’, Robert Dunn has introduced us to a strong female lead in (Hurricane) Katrina Williams, a Missouri detective investigating the brutal murder of a young girl. Williams has a lot of heavy baggage that she carries around with her. She spent ten years in the army before she left under a cloud of controversy after being brutally raped and beaten. No charges … Continue reading Book review: A Living Grave – Robert E. Dunn

Book Review: Motorman – Robert E. Dunn

‘Motorman’ by Robert E. Dunn was quite the success story for me. For a start, the Erik Wilson cover art had me sold. The small press have some of the very best cover artists working alongside them and I am never disappointed with Wilson’s work. The cover art for ‘Motorman’ is one of my favorites this year and it gives you a pretty good idea … Continue reading Book Review: Motorman – Robert E. Dunn