Editor Reviews Gil Brewer’s ‘Flight to Darkness and 77 Rue Paradis’ in the Lancashire Post

“In two turbulent, mesmerizing tales from the 1950s, a Korean War veteran gets involved with a troublesome beauty and finds himself caught up in immense family strife and murder, and a disgraced former aircraft manufacturer is blackmailed into treason.

Flight to Darkness and 77 Rue Paradis are two early career novels by the late American author Gil Brewer, a prolific writer of compelling crime stories. Author of 50 novels and more than 100 short stories, Brewer was among the most popular noir writers of the 1950s.”

At the end of this month, Stark House Press will publish two more notable works by the famous crime writer Gil Brewer: Flight to Darkness and 77 Rue Paradis. The book also contains an introduction by David Rachels, who edited Redheads Die Quickly and Other Stories (University Press of Florida, 2012), the first-ever collection of short stories by Brewer.

You can Nicholas Litchfield’s assessment of the Brewer double-novel today in the Lancashire Evening Post and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.

Author: Editor

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