“…a nonstop staccato action noir… Vortex lives up to its name, quickly creating a maelstrom of action and purpose to draw readers into a whirlpool of intrigue and mystery… but be forewarned: once picked up, it's nearly impossible to put down before the end.”
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Museum Bodies provides an account of how museums have staged, prescribed and accommodated a repertoire of bodily practices, from their emergence in the eighteenth century to the present day. As long as museums have existed, their visitors have been scrutinised, both formally and informally, and their behaviour calibrated as a register of cognitive…
—D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
"Noir, Thy Name is Paul D. Marks.
Marks is an authority on all things noir and L.A., and he knows how to give this contemporary tale the kick of a double shot of whiskey straight up. Chandler and Cain have found their heir."
—Jon Bloch, Criminologist and author of “Identity Thief” and “Shadow Language”
Zach Tanner is on the run. He can run from the war, but he can't run from himself.
Zach and his girlfriend, Jess, careen down Sunset Boulevard, trying to get away from a red Camaro that’s hot on their tail. But it’s hard to get away from your best friends, who think you’ve stolen their spoils of war.
A novel from the mean streets of Los Angeles by the Shamus Award-Winning author of WHITE HEAT.