By Russel D McLean
Earlier than he brought the area to Scottish inner most Investigator J McNee, award-nominated crime author Russel D McLean wrote a chain of gritty brief tales that includes PI Sam Bryson, a tender investigator with a robust experience of justice that's validated to the restrict as he walks the suggest streets of Scotland's fourth biggest urban.
The loss of life of Ronnie chocolates collects the entire unique Sam Bryson tales in a single quantity, with an creation by means of award-winning US writer Sean Chercover and an afterword through the writer.
Many of those tales first seemed in Alfred Hitchcock's secret journal whereas others have been released through exciting Detective secret journal, Spinetingler journal and Needle Publishing. They run the gamut from two-fisted stories of justice to stories of characters who locate themselves within the darkest of occasions. A heady mixture of homage to the yankee hardboiled and the trendy Scottish noir, those tales show why Russel D McLean is "not to be neglected by way of fanatics of straight-up hardboiled noir." (RT e-book Reviews)
PRAISE FOR the fast tales OF RUSSEL D MCLEAN:
"...the tales express this sort of sharp and sincere voice it’s not easy to think they have been written through a guy in his early 20s. they're darkish tales – occasionally very darkish – yet that darkness is balanced via either a dry Scottish wit and a real experience of shock for the folks concerned" Sean Chercover (from his introduction)
"...filled with rounded, human characters - no caricature characters, simply those who love and hate and care." Steven Torres for Nasty, Brutish, Short.
PRAISE FOR THE NOVELS OF RUSSEL D MCLEAN:
"The way forward for Crime Fiction is in sturdy arms" Crimespree Magazine
"An surroundings of scrumptious gloom" secret Scene Magazine
"Stylish and atmospheric." John Connolly