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GRIEVOUS BODILY HARM: A Hardboiled Anthology

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A shadowy silhouette stands beyond a lone street light, the brim of a hat pulled low. Their glowing cigarette tip flashes off dark, intense eyes. In the distance, sirens wail, but they’re already too late. Blood pools around a body, and smoke coils up from the barrel of the murder weapon.

But who pulled the trigger?

The hardboiled detective is back, mixed in with mafioso
Kindle Edition, 333 pages
Published October 1st 2019 by Zombie Pirate Publishing
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May 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Anthologies, especially indie publishing anthologies, are really a crapshoot. Some of them have excellent stories, but they are often intermingled with pretty awful stories (generally stories that are too predictable or don't seem to go anywhere). I found that the majority of the anthologies I read are either three or four stars - since I arrive at my rating based on averaging each of the stories individually, it's darn near impossible for me to give five stars to an anthology.

That said, Grievou
Mike Kanner
Nov 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Whiskey (check), smokes (check), men and women with questionable pasts (check) - all of them are here in a solid set of noir tales which do honor to the greats like Chandler and Woolrich.
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