Thursday, October 15, 2009

Get Plugged In #1


Walter Conley put together a beautiful online magazine called "Disenthralled," and it also happens to feature a story from my favorite unpublished author Quin Browne.

Pamila Payne brings nuance to crime writing, that's right, nuance. I'm not saying that other crime writers tell a story without it (big glass house, right here), I'm just saying she understands it perfectly...right before she hits you with the denouement.

Speaking of hitting you,Paulie Decibels sucks you in and then hits you with a sucker punch.

Keith Rawson finishes things up with whipped cream and a cherry, via an interview with Reed Farrel Coleman and Ken Bruen.

4 comments:

quin browne said...

you remain my favourite brother.

seriously.

Cormac Brown said...

Quin,

Ah yes, and that's because we've never lived together. If we did, you would never ask:

"Who ate all the cookies?"

"Who drank all juice?"

"That was the last of the eggplant, who ate it? I was saving that eggplant, damn it!"

Because you would know good and well who did. Even Mother Theresa would've hated me, if we cohabitated.

Paul D. Brazill said...

cheers Cormac. good picks there too.

Cormac Brown said...

Paulie Decibels,

Yer welcome and da best.