Monday, October 17, 2011


Paul D. Brazill's Drunk on the Moon series featuring Werewolf PI Roman Dalton started with his original story (review here) over the summer. Now the cross-genre smash is into its fifth edition with Richard Godwin's "Getting High on Daisy," a surreal tale of carnage in Godwin's inimitable style.

Each writer has taken the series in a different direction while staying true to Brazill's original vision. From battling zombies in Julia Madeleine's "Fear the Night," to eluding federal agents in Allan Leverone's "The Darke Affair," to encountering other werewolves in "Insatiable," the series is packed with action, humor and a lot of booze served up at Duffy's.

The Drunk on the Moon series is a noir/horror roller coaster that shouldn't be missed. Each writer has a creative interpretation of the life of the Werewolf PI -- and there are many more to come!


  1. Thanks for this Chris! The series really is going great!

  2. Couldn't agree more. I love this series.

  3. Paul created a brilliant dark world with Roman Dalton and his usual flair. He is a generous man to include us all and I am honoured to be part of it and than you Chris for plugging it.

  4. Great call, Chris.

    I've read and thoroughly enjoyed parts one, two and three, Four and five are downloaded and ready to be read. It's a blast of a series from some terrific writers.

  5. Best thing about the series is there's no selfishness between the authors. Everyone does their best to bring ideas, viewpoints and their own style to the pieces. Everyone is careful about canon. It's a true collaboration and is just sub-zero cool!