Tuesday, May 31, 2011

"Imagine a book that mixes the smarts, nuance, and demimonde romance of the uniquely British coming-of-age novel 'Absolute Beginners' with the bracing working-class grit, mordant wit, and period veracity of the crime flick 'Gangster #1.' Well, you don't have to imagine it. It's called 'Charlie Six,' and author Brixton Key has written it with an unerring sense of time and place (England in the Swingin' '60s), a sharp ear for argot, a deep love for his characters, and an understanding and affection for the cultural milieu they inhabit." - Michael Snyder, Sirius/XM Radio and Bon Voyage magazine

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