The hits just keep on coming — out now and FREE for 48 hours, more adventures from your favourite werewolf PI: The Neon Boneyard.
‘In the neon-soaked, blood-spattered hell-hole they call The City, Roman Dalton struggles to fight the forces of darkness, even when he becomes a creature of the night. Werewolves, vampires, zombies: they’re all just amateurs when it come to the real menace who haunts the streets. Let Brazill take you on a grim dark journey to hell and back. Bring lots of whisky: it’s a rough ride.’ K A Laity, author of White Rabbit.
Over at A Knife & A Quill, I have an interview with Paul D. Brazill:
Who’s that howling at the moon? Why it’s none other than our fave werewolf detective, Roman Dalton. Paul D. Brazill has a new collection out of tales from the desk of the notorious PI. AK&AQ had the chance to get the writer at knife point and quiz him about the latest publication.
Q: Who is Roman Dalton, Werewolf PI?
A grizzled ex- cop turned grizzly werewolf who prowls The City’s neon and blood soaked streets. And drinks a lot.
Q: How did you create him?
Tom Waits is as noir as a very noir thing and his song Drunk On The Moon is one of his noirest. It always made me think of werewolves. So, when the late lamented Dark Valentine Magazine opened submissions for cross-genre stories I just thought of a werewolf/PI crossover called Drunk On The Moon. It seemed natural.
Q: Where do these stories take place?
The stories take place in somewhere known as The City which is neither here nor there but certainly south of heaven….
Read the rest at AK&AQ