Monday, October 6, 2014


Read the super interview with King Joseph Albert at . He and Rebecca Boucher come up with some great background on King the man and King the artist. You don't want to miss this!

Blaze McRob

Monday, October 6, 2014

No Sympathy For The Wicked ......

 man in shadow

Today I am introducing you to King Joseph Albert and his genre crossing book, No Sympathy For The wicked. No Sympathy is a mix of crime drama, meets noir, meets horror, and it never ceases to surprise you at the depths it takes. As King explains in his interview below, No Sympathy pushes the boundaries, and that's what makes King one hell of an authentic writer. When I read it earlier this year I was struck by it's grittiness and honesty, there is nothing King will shy away from. And for him it works. Take a look at the description, read the interview, and hop on over to Amazon .

There’s a reason they call Las Vegas “Sin City”. There’s a reason tourists are reassured “what happens here, stays here.” Dark places and shadows are the natural counterpart to bright lights and boundless sunshine. Las Vegas has plenty of both.

Wherever there are shadows there is the potential for shadowy figures and shady dealings. No Sympathy for the Wicked shines a light on a side of life where seduction, betrayal, death and damage are business as usual. Step into the shadows if you wish but remember to always watch your back.

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