My review of 1920s Noir/urban fantasy ‘Fallen on Good Times’ for Rosie Amber’s review team. 4 out of 5 stars for this smart, funny read.
Today’s team review comes from Alison, she blogs at alisonwilliamswriting.wordpress.com
Alison chose to read and review Fallen On Good Times by Rewan Tremethick
Fallen on Good Times by Rewan Tremethick
Fallen on Good Times successfully melds two worlds – the world of 1920s Noir with its hardboiled, smart-talking PI Laslo Kane and the urban fantasy world of ghosts, werewolves and vampires. It’s a clever idea and a clever book, full of humour, action, mystery and witty one-liners from the hero Laslo, a man whose ineptitude as a ‘normal’ PI has brought him into a world where the rules don’t necessarily apply. Add to this a case that sets him against the Mob and an ex-girlfriend he’s still in love with and Tremethick has gathered together all the elements of a fast-paced, exciting and unusual read.
The settings work really well and are as authentic as a twenties city under prohibition…
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