Category Archives: Crime fiction

Book review: Galveston

Nic Pizzolatto’s first novel, Galveston, was published in 2010. Prior to that he wrote a book of short stories that appeared in 2006. It’s fair to say most people didn’t hear about Galveston until the screening in January this year of Pizzolatto’s groundbreaking … Continue reading

Interview: Eva Dolan, author of Long Way Home

My first review of 2014 was Long Way Home, a cracker of a debut novel by British author, Eva Dolan.  Long Way Home opens with the discovery of a corpse of an adult male migrant worker in the burnt out remains of … Continue reading

Book review: Long Way Home

I’ve never been to Peterborough. In fact, I’d never even heard of the place until I’d read Eva Dolan’s gripping debut crime novel, Long Way Home. Peterborough is the setting of Long Way Home, a suburban satellite town the Internet says … Continue reading

My Summer appearances

Greetings all, just wanted to drop by the site for a quick update. One of the most popular articles on Pulp Curry so far has been ‘The death of a bookshop: a tribute to Melbourne’s Kill City Books’, which appeared … Continue reading

My year in books

Will I ever come to the end of a year without the feeling I haven’t read nearly as much as I should have? Unlike other years I’ve at least got a clear list in terms of my top five reads … Continue reading