Kiss The Boys And Make Them Die
Softly, Poppy sings as she plays a song on her ukulele: “Georgie Porgie, pudding and pie, kissed the girls and made them cry. When the boys came out to play, Georgie Porgie ran away.”
In a style of writing one critic called, “an anarchist’s view of the rules and norms of the English language…author Jack Norton paints a rich landscape that is both haunting, strange and brutally honest. Stick with this story – it builds slow, but burns with mad genius by its climax!”
Kiss The Boys And Make Them Die is a gritty, pulp fiction inspired story of vigilante justice told through the eyes of lead protagonist Poppy Justice and the author of the tale, Jack Norton. Together they create a mind-bending adventure that is strangely familiar for the noir genre as its starkly unique, fresh and absolutely original.