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Publisher's Summary

From the imagination of a classic pulp author come new stories featuring his characters! Prolific pulp author Charles Boeckman gave the world unforgettable tales in the days of the pulps and through the age of digests and into the modern era as well! And now characters created by Boeckman from the golden age of pulps live again in new tales written by today's best authors!
Charles Boeckman Presents, a new imprint from Pro Se Productions licensed through Mr. Boeckman himself debuts with Charles Boeckman Presents Johnny Nickle, Volume One! Charles Boeckman presents Johnny Nickle in a return engagement more than 50 years overdue! Join Johnny as he performs Notes in the Fog written by Richard White and The Devil You Know penned by Brad Mengel! Grab a backstage pass to see Johnny tackle mystery and murder with a soundtrack that cooks with red hot women, ice cold killers, triple time thrills, and smokin' jazz!
Featuring a stunning cover by Adam Shaw, Charles Boeckman Presents Johnny Nickle delivers like a cool jazz ensemble on the hottest night of any year!
©2013 Pro Se Productions, Richard White, Brad Mengel (P)2016 RadioArchives.com
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By LBW on 08-21-16

Classic 50's paperbacks given a pulp twist...

If you could sum up Charles Boeckman Presents Johnny Nickle, Volume 1 in three words, what would they be?

Trouble finds me!

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Not so much on the "edge of my seat." The writers were trying to emulate the style of 1950's pulp paperback writers and with it crafted two stories where you knew where the story was heading about halfway through, but still I wanted to carry through to the end just because they were a lot of fun to hear.

What does Lance Roger Axt bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

"The voice." And by that I mean I couldn't hear anyone but him narrating this. He's quickly become one of my favorite readers.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

"I'm no detective, lady... I just play jazz."

Any additional comments?

For a quick listen, this hit the spot. Yeah, I liked it!

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