Praise for
The Dying Crapshooter's Blues

Winner of the AudioFile Magazine "Golden Earphones Award"
                                      June 2008

“Four Stars!” – Paste Magazine

“An intriguing tale of police corruption, covetousness, conspiracy, and crime."
        -- The Tennesseean

“I switched off the TV set and picked up ‘The Dying Crapshooter's Blues.’ I  
did it, and I'm glad.”… “The novel is distinguished by a level of detail that
makes a vanished world live again.”
    -- The Washington Post

"Rich in historical detail, infused with atmosphere,  suspenseful and
action-packed... Earns this  month's "Tip of the Ice Pick Award."
  -- BookList

“A heady brew of crime and punishment on Prohibition Atlanta, the novel
features an eccentric cast of colorful characters. Once more, Fulmer brings
an era vividly to life, the sweet notes of 'The Dying Crapshooter’s Blues'
sliding through the night.”

“Fulmer brings us a novel dripping with detail, environment, and
         -- Crime Spree Magazine                     

“The alchemy of Fulmer's unique fusion of history, music and literature makes
it play like a paean to an era's corruption and human struggle against the whim
of powerful force and injustice.”
                                                        -- The Critical Mystery Tour

“You can’t go wrong with this excellent novel.”
                                                              -- Jazz and Blues Report
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"The Dying Crapshooter's Blues"