All Due Respect Issue 1

All Due Respect Issue Issue of All Due Respect has the best of crime fiction today including an original story and interview with featured author Chris F Holm The rest of the lineup a brutal story from Thuglit editor To

  • Title: All Due Respect Issue 1
  • Author: ChrisHolm Chris Rhatigan Mike Monson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Issue 1 of All Due Respect has the best of crime fiction today, including an original story and interview with featured author Chris F Holm The rest of the lineup a brutal story from Thuglit editor Todd Robinson the deeply disturbing Amanda Will Be Fine by Renee Asher Pickup a revenge tale by the King of Brit Grit, Paul D Brazill the strangely satisfying combinatiIssue 1 of All Due Respect has the best of crime fiction today, including an original story and interview with featured author Chris F Holm The rest of the lineup a brutal story from Thuglit editor Todd Robinson the deeply disturbing Amanda Will Be Fine by Renee Asher Pickup a revenge tale by the King of Brit Grit, Paul D Brazill the strangely satisfying combination of yoga and organized crime from Travis Richardson a still beating heart ripped straight out of the River basin by Mike Miner and Walter Conley kicks a couple of clueless Connecticut thugs to the curb Plus reviews of Steve Weddle s Country Hardball and Holm s Collector series and an entire section devoted to the books of legendary paperback publisher, Hard Case Crime All Due Respect and your eyes a combination even better than doughnuts and coffee.

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    About “ChrisHolm Chris Rhatigan Mike Monson

    • ChrisHolm Chris Rhatigan Mike Monson

      Chris Holm is the author of the Collector trilogy, which blends crime and fantasy, and the Michael Hendricks thrillers His first Hendricks novel, THE KILLING KIND, was named a New York Times Editors Choice, a Boston Globe Best Book of 2015, and Strand Magazine s 1 Book of 2015 It won the 2016 Anthony Award for Best Novel, and was also nominated for a Barry, a Lefty, and a Macavity His second Hendricks novel, RED RIGHT HAND, is now available Chris lives in Portland, Maine.

    881 thoughts on “All Due Respect Issue 1

    • All Due Respect is an online crime fiction magazine publishing some of the most interesting writers today. After a brief hiatus, editor Chris Rhatigan has opted to relaunch the quarterly publication offering a strong line-up out of the gate.I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for a fair review.A Dying Art (Chris F. Holm) – "A Dying Art" opens the issue on a high note. Spinal Tap’s Nigel Tufnel would be proud given Holm’s choice to turn up the intensity to eleven. Never ha [...]


    • I have been wanting to read Chris F. Holm's "The Collector" series so I thought that I would see what his writing was like by starting out with a short story. Chris F. Holm story "A Dying Art" is about a barber out for revenge. Mr. Holm did a great job keeping up tension and explaining motivation. The interview with MR. Holm was also of interest.Renee Asher Pickup’s "Amanda Will Be Fine" was another top story in this collection.The reviews and interviews make this collection worth owning. I's [...]


    • I very much enjoyed the prior "All Due Respect" compilation, and this is a cool new follow-up with a bonus: the non-fiction corner with an interview and reviews. I now have some more intriguing authors to follow. As for the stories here, they were all at least quite good, some superb. My particular favorite was "Good Dogs" by Todd Robinson.




    • Crime short story collectionI've been in the mood for reading noir/pulp short stories, putting off picking up King's latest brick for some reason. I just like the genre and the quick, compact stories. This one didn't disappoint. There's an interview and several book reviews at the end. The stories are all well written by a variety of authors. Enjoyed them all.


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