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The cover artwork of a sexy loc'ed up couple on a motorbike is simply bad-ass and unforgettable. I want to pick up others in the Noir series as well.

And of course, going to keep an eye out for each of the individual contributors work in the future.

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Colin Channer: Colin Channer is a father, fiction writer, and occasional essayist. He's the editor of the fiction anthology Iron Ballons, and coeditor with Kwame Dawes of the poetry anthology So Much Things to Say.

Highly, highly recommend if you have any interest in Kingston, Jamaica or the Noir genre.

;)An impressive collection of short stories set in Kingston, Jamaica.

Key here is characterization of the awesome bad-man Soft-Paw, who for 6 days allows a white girl to capture the beauty of the poverty of August Town in peace, before his bad-man-ness comes out again. I am not a math person, but this story is intelligent and just needs a round of applause.

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I would compare some of this work to that of Elmore Leonard, a gritty, funny favorite of mine.An engaging and diverse collection of stories staged against the always intriguing backdrop of Jamaica.They all held my interest, some made me gasp, but none quite took me away to that 'other place' of exceptional literature.His books include the novel Waiting In Vain, a critic's choice selection of the Washington Post, and the novella The Girl With the Golden Shoes. It captures the raw underbelly, and more importantly the rich spiciness peculiar to Kingston, Jamaica.His other writings have appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Times Literary Supplement. Kingston, a city akin to every big city, but at the same time unique unto itself in its moist, sultry breezes, its characters, all seeking salvation of one sort or nother; its patois and its cultural memories propelling the characters toward their inevitable conclusions.

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