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All Due Respect Issue #1 Paperback – November 26, 2013
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very good short story writers.
Nothing more, nothing less.
I enjoyed the stories, as they had a 50's edge, with
The stories could have been used in the Twilight Zone, or
on Alfred Hitchcock.
Now then, the last 20% of the book is, interviews and reviews
of other books, many of which I have already read and reviewed.
It is a good rainy afternoon book.
A great read, I loved it!
If you're looking for the likes or equals of Lawrence Block here; boy, are you going to be let down. Stick with the Hard Case Crime novels. This is caca.
Beyond short fiction, All Due Respect also contained non-fiction in the form of an interview with Chris F. Holm and several reviews, most of which are part of a series reviewing all of the Hard Case Crime books. I enjoyed this section. The interview with Chris was interesting and the reviews were short and informative, without being spoilerific. Plus it’s interesting to see different takes on reviewing crime, as I find writing reviews for crime novels the most difficult reviews to write since it is so easy to unintentionally include spoilers.
If you enjoy crime fiction, especially the darker, hard-boiled kind, then this first issue of All Due Respect is a fun, bite-sized way to get your fix. The second issue has just been released. So if you like this first one, you won’t have to wait ling for another hit.
This magazine issue was provided for review by the editor.
The interview and reviews were icing. Enjoyable, educational and probably bad for my wallet (since I have a few things to pick up on my list now).
Overall, one of the most satisfying short story collections I've purchased in a very long time.