A flawed private investigator has a case in which he has a personal stake. This harkens us back to Phillip Marlowe, Sam Spade, Mike Hammer and the other great PI's of the 30s, 450s and 50s They were born and nurtured to maturity in the pulp magaznes of the great depression. This story aligns itself with work of the previous masters of this great genre and like those stories would make a great movie which moves under the classification of 'film noir'.Shelved
thank you Sheba, I appreciate the nice commets.Warm regards,Patrick Astre
Saw this was recommended by John. and it did not disappoint. Your characters are not only believable but so completely dynamic that I found myself drawn to them. Writing a character people can identify with is one of the hardest tasks. So happy I stopped by. T.L Tyson-Seeking Eleanorbacked!
Thank you T.L. I appreciate your readings and nice comments.Warm regards,Patrick Astre
Cool. Definitely worthy of my backing. The characters are amazing, and there's nothing I love more than people with problems.
Thak you Isabelle, I appreciate your readings and nice comments.Warm regards,Patrick Astre
Thank you Simon. I'm new to the site and had a lot trouble posting. I think I've got the hang of it now, but it's very slow. I will be posting the rest of the novel i th enext few days, meanwhile I've got twelve chapters posted.I look forward to your reviews and comments.Warm regards,Patrick Astre
What a great pitch Patrick! Absolutely love it and am looking forward to reading more! In the meantime I am happy to shelve it! Good luck here!Simon (BLACK SHADOWS)