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DETOUR

Anyone ever seen the 1945 film noir classic Detour? It was based on a 1939 novel by Martin M Goldsmith, and I've just narrated the audiobook. This is the first time this novel has ever been released in audio form and I'm thrilled to have done it.

You can check it out and listen to an audio sample here. http://j.mp/1y6XCr2…



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Added by Mike Dennis on October 20, 2014 at 3:19am — 2 Comments

REVIEW: "THE SQUEEZE"

THE SQUEEZE by Gil Brewer

Review copyright 2009 by Mike Dennis



A fortune in illicit cash, a sinister gambling joint operator, a gorgeous redhead, and enough double-crossing to last a lifetime…those are the building blocks of The Squeeze, a fast-moving novel by Gil Brewer.



Written in 1955, The Squeeze is centered around Joe Maule, a Chicago transplant to the southwest Gulf Coast of Florida, the site of many Brewer tales. Joe is in debt to the tune of $12,000,… Continue

Added by Mike Dennis on November 8, 2009 at 7:05am — No Comments

REVIEW: THE BLONDE ON THE STREET CORNER

THE BLONDE ON THE STREET CORNER by David Goodis



Review Copyright 2009 by Mike Dennis



“Ralph stood on the corner, leaning against the brick wall of Silver’s candy store, telling himself to go home and get some sleep.”



That’s the opening line of The Blonde On The Street Corner, a 1954 novel written by David Goodis. Of course, Ralph doesn’t go home. Instead, he spots a blonde across the dark street and gawks at her. She… Continue

Added by Mike Dennis on October 23, 2009 at 1:30pm — No Comments

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