Odds of Survival
Eighteen crime stories from a master of noir. Barlow's stories have appeared in Best American Mystery Stories, Needle, Switchblade, Thuglit, Tough, Manslaughter Review, Mystery Weekly, Mysterical-E Magazine, Heater, and Pulp Modern. His writing has been described as, "brilliantly layered, hauntingly introspective and refreshingly offbeat" by Scotch Rutherford, editor of Switchblade Magazine. Rusty Barnes of Tough Magazine writes "(Barlow) always delivers the goods."
His writing has been described as, "brilliantly layered, hauntingly introspective and refreshingly offbeat" by Scotch Rutherford, editor of Switchblade Magazine
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In the tradition of Hitchcock, these sixteen stories turn the everyday —a 24-hour diner, a convenience store, a parent’s home, a tree-filled neighborhood—into dark realms.
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