ROBERT ALLEN PAPINCHAK
Mental Trauma: On Binnie Kirshenbaum’s “Rabbits for Food”
Robert Allen Papinchak reviews Binnie Kirshenbaum's new novel, "Rabbits for Food."
Long Live 007
On “Forever and a Day,” the new James Bond novel by Anthony Horowitz.
Menace and Malice: On Dorothy B. Hughes’s Debut, “The So Blue Marble”
On “The So Blue Marble” by noir grand master Dorothy B. Hughes.
Avenues of Terror
On “Cross Her Heart” by Sarah Pinborough.
Elegies and Enduring Love in Jim Crace’s “The Melody”
Jim Crace’s “The Melody” sings a haunting refrain of enduring love.
Noir Turned on Its Side
Robert Allen Papinchak reviews “Noir” by Christopher Moore.
Love’s Languishing in the “Last Stories” of William Trevor
Robert Allen Papinchak finds William Trevor’s posthumous collection “Last Stories” impeccable.