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…

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…

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,…

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…

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…