Tag Archives: noir short story

“THE SESSION”, A NEW SHORT STORY, NOW AVAILABLE

My new short story, The Session, just went live on Kindle. Here’s a brief description: Jeff Dryden is a top recording session guitarist in LA. Makes big money. Has a beautiful wife and a big house. Life is good. But one night, he’s awakened by a phone call from a record producer who needs him […]

“BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE EYES” NOW AVAILABLE ON KINDLE

My new noir short story, Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Eyes, is now live on Amazon Kindle. Here’s the link to its page. And here’s a brief description: Harry’s a blackjack dealer at the Flamingo in Las Vegas. The kind of guy you’d never notice. Ordinary-looking, inconspicuous, practically invisible. Lives in a little […]

REVIEW: “THAT DAMNED COYOTE HILL”

THAT DAMNED COYOTE HILL by Heath Lowrance (2011) Reviewed by Mike Dennis Enigmatic stranger rides into town, kicks ass, rides out. You’ve seen it a thousand times, right? Didn’t most Randolph Scott movies follow that story line? Some might say that terse little synopsis sums up Heath Lowrance’s short story, That Damned Coyote Hill. But if they said […]

HYLANDER DINER PUTS “BLOCK” ON THE MENU

Mary Pat Hyland has posted an excerpt from my noir short story Block over on her fine website, The Hylander Diner. Block is one of the “three stories from the dark side” which can be found in my very noir collection called Bloodstains On The Wall. Check out the excerpt here, then leave a comment. Mary […]