Featured On the Reef ~ Debbi Mack

 

 

On the Reef is a series featuring fabulous indie authors from around the blogosphere and beyond. Titles, covers, and blurbs that catch my eye, new releases, great reads… Basically, authors I’d like to highlight and works I’d like to share with my fellow book-loving word nerds. Happy Reading!

 

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I Found it at the Movies by Debbi Mack

Film Noir Reviews (Book 1)

A short, tongue-in-cheek guide to old classic movies from the film noir era. Like Pauline Kael only cooler!

Film noir (a term adopted well after these movies were made) represented a dark departure from the upbeat films that Hollywood produced up until the early 1940s. This collection of movie reviews provides a guide to some of most notable entries into that classic canon.

This book is the first installment of a series. The second book provides a handy guide to neo-noir movies. Also, check out the trivia questions. Test your knowledge. And stay tuned for more guides to the best and the worst movies Hollywood has created.

 

You can get your copy here: πŸ™‚

Amazon US | Amazon UK

 

About Debbi:

Debbi Mack is the New York Times bestselling author of the Sam McRae Mystery Series.

In addition, she’s a Derringer-nominated short story writer, whose work has been published in various anthologies. Debbi formerly wrote book reviews for Mystery Scene Magazine. She writes screenplays and is interested in filmmaking. Debbi also has a podcast called The Crime Cafe, where she interviews crime fiction, suspense, thriller, and true crime authors.

Debbi enjoys reading, movies, travel, baseball, walking, cats and good espresso–not necessarily in that order.

Website / Blog
Amazon Author Page (Please check out her other books here)

 

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15 thoughts on “Featured On the Reef ~ Debbi Mack

  1. I recently read this after I saw it reviewed on Silver Screenings and I really enjoyed Debbi’s reviews of these noir movies.

    I always loved the genre (though most of these I haven’t seen in 30 years!) and Debbi’s insights and thoughts on each really brought them back and made me think about them in a different light.

    There was also great background about the genre itself and the making/casting of the various films. I recommend it to any classic film enthusiast. πŸ™‚

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