Have you read any of the Drunk on the Moon Series yet? No, why not? I suggest you stop what you are doing and get on it then. This is the sixth installment in the series and it shows no signs of slowing down so you might as well get onboard while you can.
Paul D. Brazill and John Donald Carlucci deliver one of the richest, fullest reads the series has delivered. Roman gets fleshed out even more, if that is possible for a werewolf, and has some fun doing what he does best, being a detective but of a different kind, a furrier kind. A serial killer is on the loose and a certain someone may be in his sights. The ride with this resides in the sharp dialogue and pictures painted by John David Carlucci. I enjoyed the vividness of his descriptive ability and the many scenes that stayed with me after the read. Horror/paranormal/noir/hard-boiled, call it what you may, but one thing you must call it is great reading.
What does Roman Dalton face this time?
“After discovering the mutilated body of a runaway he was hired to find, private investigator Roman Dalton crosses paths with a serial killer searching for more than just his next victim. Dalton soon realizes that being a werewolf might not save him this time.
Filmmaker, sculptor, illustrator, and amateur phrenologist, John Donald Carlucci has been writing stories ever since the court order was finally released. JDC published Astonishing Adventures Magazine highlighting numerous fantastic writers and artists. He created the on-going video horror serial “Fierce Cravings”, publishes his short stories on the Kindle, and sells his assemblage art work in several galleries.
Spinetingler Award nominee Paul D Brazill has had stories in loads of classy print and electronic magazines and anthologies, such as A Twist Of Noir, Beat To A Pulp, Crime Factory, Dark Valentine, Deadly Treats, Dirty Noir, Needle, Powder Burn Flash, Thrillers, Killers n Chillers, Noir Nation, Pulp Ink, Pulp Pusher, Radgepacket Volumes Four and Five, Shotgun Honey& The Mammoth Book Of Best British Crime Volume 8.
He writes for Pulp Metal Magazine and Mean Streets.His blog, You Would Say That, Wouldn't You? is here: http://pdbrazill.blogspot.com/