The Runner: dirty money, clean start?

Cathy has done a runner with a big bag of cash. Her boyfriend, Jackson, was holding it for a local heavy fella… who in turn is feeling the heat from the heavy mob above him on the food chain. As soon as anyone gets a sniff of the situation then they want in on the…

Movie Monday: cult crime

If you’re looking for some seriously hardboiled pulp fiction or a classic gangland thriller to add to your watchlist, here’s MMM’s suggestions for six of the best – including famous films you might’ve forgotten or mysterious movies you never even knew existed… SIN CITY Classic. Original. Stunning. Much darkness and awesome over-acting and … well……

The Rabbit Hunter: Swedish intrigue

On the face of it, this is a perfectly serviceable Scandi crime thriller. Dastardly psycho killer has spent years seething and scheming fiendishly, coming up with a dastardly plan to exact appalling retribution upon his enemies. He is undoubtedly an utter nutter; someone who is several rabbits short of the full warren, but he’s also…

Contraception: death by parenthood

This speculative thriller is set 50 years away, in a world of ‘what if?’, when the global population has reached catastrophic proportions. Out of endless war and revolutions arose a new universal policy, one which brings out the worst in people so they can create a better world. When Li Hu and his wife want…

The Redemption Of Charm: sinister and aggressive

By chance, I read The Redemption Of Charm, the third novel in the Killing Sisters trilogy from Frank Westworth, first. I always like it when an author of a series displays his skill by making each book of a series intimately intertwined with the Grand Total Picture, but also superbly readable as a stand-alone. Only…