Charles Kelly is a contemporary writer of hard-boiled detective novels.
"The move also made provision for people without money - the dark, rumpled people Daly saw around her. They had been banished to this terminal tucked away near the airport, in a wasteland of rumbling freeways, vacant lots rolling with hot dust, municipal facilities walled in by stone redoubts topped with barbed wire."
— Charles Kelly, Pay Here
ARTICLES FEATURING CHARLES
Dark, Darker, Darkest: New and Republished Crime
Triptych Image: "Eavesdropper"Image Credit: Amalia Pica2013 MARKS THE 45th ANNIVERSARY of one of crime fiction’s most enduring and ...
The Wrong Marlowe
Let’s say it’s 1978 and you are Dan J. Marlowe, once one of the hottest suspense novelists of your day...