GBH by Ted Lewis reviewed

GBH Ted Lewis 2015 SoHo Press Best known for Jack Carter, the titular gangster of GET CARTER, the classic that propelled British crime fiction into a dark new direction, Ted Lewis’ subsequent body of work never gained the wider recognition that it rightly deserved. Thankfully, SoHo Press has been releasing Lewis’ work to ensure his influence on a new generation. In Lewis’ final novel, GBH, snuff film king George Fowler narrates two intersecting stories. In the swinging 70’s London, Fowler’s blue film production and distribution is at its peak. His love, Jean, helps with the business and actively participates in the films. Fowler intuitively...