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“KISS TOMORROW GOODBYE” IS RE-RELEASED

The folks at¬†Open Road Integrated Media¬†have re-released Horace McCoy’s seminal noir novel, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye. This 1948 novel was said to have had a major influence on Jim Thompson in his first-person novels which delved deep into the criminal mind. They have also reissued McCoy’s other acclaimed work, They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? Here’s a […]

REVIEW: “KISS TOMORROW GOODBYE”

KISS TOMORROW GOODBYE by Horace McCoy Reviewed by Mike Dennis Where do you begin with a novel like Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye? Horace McCoy’s 1948 noir journey through an unusual criminal mind is at once spellbinding and aggravating. Spellbinding because it’s an intense, hard look at a very different kind of criminal, and because it’s supposedly […]