Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Review: Noir at the Bar


Noir at the Bar
Noir at the Bar by Richard Thomas

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



Great crime stories by authors I knew and many I didn't. You get classics like "Thin Mints" by Daniel B. O'Shea and "Deviances" by Frank Bill, and crazy stuff like "Vampires are Pussies" by Chris La Tray. Gave me some new writers to follow like Jonathan Woods. And it all supports a local St. Louis independent bookstore, Subterranean Books. You'll gave to go to their store or website to get it, but you won't regret it. Not a bad story in the book, and some great ones.



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2 comments:

Chris said...

Thanks, Thomas. And you're right about Woods -- he's a fun read. His short story collection from last year is fantastic.

jedidiah ayres said...

Thanks, T. Great to meet you in St. Louis

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