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Lie Catchers

Title: Lie Catchers Author: Paul Bishop Publisher: Pro Se Productions Year: 2015 Lie Catchers is a police procedural with a twist. The two heroes of the story, ‘Calamity’ Jane Randall and Ray Pagan, have unique gifts which aid their investigation. Randall is a synesthete – which means she can see when people are lying – […]

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Under the Spotlight: Paul Bishop

Recently, I had a chance to throw a few tough questions at my friend and mentor, Paul Bishop, about his latest novel, Lie Catchers, which has just been released by Pro Se Productions. From my hollowed out volcano, I grilled him on the story, and his writing career. David Foster: Firstly, Paul, welcome to P2K, […]

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A Fine Balance: Pulse Fiction Volume 1

Remember audio cassettes and back when you used to make mix-tapes for all your friends? It was more than slapping your favourite songs on to a BASF C-90. It was walking a tight-rope; an intricate balancing act that took planning and patience. Did you start with a kick-ass rocker, or was it a soulful ballad […]

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Honor of the Legion
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Bishop & Hancock’s Pulse Fiction

G’day folks! It’s been a long time coming but I am proud to announce that Bishop & Hancock’s Pulse Fiction is now available in both paperback and eBook. This collection of wild pulp tales features my story Honor of the Legion, featuring French Foreign Legionnaire Mace Bullard, a man with no past and little chance […]

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Swamp Walloper

Author: Paul Bishop Published: October 2013 Swamp Walloper is the follow up to Felony Fists, the first book in the Fight Card series written by Paul Bishop. Fists saw L.A. cop, Patrick ‘Felony’ Flynn fighting on two fronts, first corruption on the streets, and then duking it out with one of gangster Mickey Cohen’s minions […]

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A Dirty Dozen With Barry Reese

New Pulp fans may want to check out an interview with Barry Reese – author of The Rook and the Lazarus Gray series (amongst many others) – on Bish’s Beat. Paul Bishop chains Barry to a chair, shines bright lights in his eyes and asks him twelve tough questions about his career and creations. You […]

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Fight Card: A New Publishing Paradigm

Fight Card, co-creator, Paul Bishop was recently interviewed on the Book Life Now site, discussing the unique structure of the series. In part, he says: Then came a surprise – the stories were not only resonating with readers, but also with writers. Young writing lions such as Heath Lowrance, David Foster, Kevin Michaels, Terrence McCauley, […]

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Fight Card: Felony Fists

Author: Paul Bishop Published: November 2011 I am too young to remember the halcyon days of pulp fiction, but as a child growing up in the 1970s, there was always a lot of brutal entertainment on television. We would regularly watch ‘TV Ringside’ with Ron Casey, and on Sunday afternoon was ‘World Championship Wrestling’. I […]

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