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Title: Hostile Intent Author: Clive Egleton Publisher: Coronet Release Year: 2003 Many years ago, I read Seven Days For a Killing by Clive Egleton (it was the basis for the film, The Black Windmill with Michael Caine). I enjoyed the book – much more than the film, but for some unexplained reason, Egleton just dropped […]

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Pro Se Podcast – featuring Aaron Smith ‘Nobody Dies For Free’

PRO SE PRESENTS: THE PODCAST – Author Aaron Smith! This week on Pro Se Presents: The Podcast, Tommy Hancock welcomes Aaron Smith, long time Pulp Author with Pro Se as well as other companies. Aaron discusses his most recent title from Pro Se, the spy thriller NOBODY DIES FOR FREE as well as his influences […]

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Title: Hurricane: The Life of Rubin Carter, Fighter Author: James S. Hirsch Publisher: Fourth Estate Published: 2000 From the back: Rubin Carter was more than a boxer, a man who once knocked out a horse with a right cross. A former juvenile criminal in between a spell as a U.S. paratrooper, he ran guns for […]

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Assignment Helene – by Edwards S. Aarons

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Spy Have No Friends – by Harry Hossent

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The Third Man and The Fallen Idol – by Graham Greene

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Noir Carnival

Austin Powers once said that only two things scare him. One is ‘nuclear war’. The other … ‘carnival folk’. Why? Because carnivals are scary. Is there anything more creepy than a clown in full make-up? For those who share those same fears, may (or may not – depending on how deep your phobia goes) be […]

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Stripper Pole at the End of the World

It’s no secret, when it comes to movies I like ‘Ploitation’ – whether it be Exploitation, Bruceploitation, Sexploitation, Nunsploitation, Dwarfsploitation – all of it. And over the years, Permission to Kill has presented its share of ‘Ploitation’ or schlock cinema reviews. Now that same kind of cheap and nasty thrills can be downloaded onto your […]

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Brooklyn Beatdown

Just a heads up to all the Fight Card fans, that the latest story is now live. Brooklyn Beatdown, is the title, and hiding behind the Jack Tunney pseudonym is prolific pulp author Derrick Ferguson, the creator of one of New Pulp’s most distinctive characters – Dillon. In Fight Card: Brooklyn Beatdown, Derrick brings us […]

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King of the Outback: Free Promo

G’day all. Just a heads up that I will be offering my first Fight Card novel, King of the Outback for free (at Amazon for Kindle), next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (1st to the 3rd of July). Regular visitors are probably aware that I don’t do free promos very often, so if you’ve been contemplating […]

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