Book Review : Joe Clifford - Lamentation (2014)
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Book Review : Joe Clifford - Give Up the Dead (2017)
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Book Review : Joe Clifford - Choice Cuts (2012)
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Book Review : Joe Clifford - Wake the Undertaker (2013)
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Book Review : Joe Clifford - December Boys (2016)
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Interview : Joe Clifford
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Book Review : Joe Clifford - Broken Ground (2018)
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Book Review : Hard Sentences - Crime Fiction Inspired by Alcatraz (2017)
Joe Clifford say no to that your mother didn't want around. So, could HE (and Joe Clifford) make Alcatraz
Interview : Tom Pitts
try to emulate it. And there’s always Joe Clifford, to whom I am inextricably linked. Joe and I scheduling Joe Clifford Week (next week). Old reviews, a new Kindle and my family obligation in late July
Book Review : Eryk Pruitt - What We Reckon (2017)
it's up there with Joe Clifford's Give Up the Dead and Matthew Revert's Human Trees. A fantastic
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