Books Richard Kadrey Books by Richard Kadrey Richard Kadrey has written books about: Science Fiction & Fantasy Fiction Mysteries, Thrillers & Crime Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email NPR stories about Richard Kadrey Review Book Reviews A Noir Stalwart Builds A New Old World In 'The Grand Dark' June 21, 2019 Richard Kadrey — known for his Sandman Slim series of supernatural noirs — reinvents himself in grand fashion with The Grand Dark, a diesel-punk fantasy set in a simulacrum of Weimar Germany. Review Book Reviews 3 Supernatural Noir Tales That Reflect The Inhuman Condition July 27, 2017 Some great noir fiction has been written about Los Angeles, but what happens when a different genre bleeds through? We've got three tales of murder, magic and robot detectives to cool your summer. Review Book Reviews 'The Wrong Dead Guy' Lives And Dies By Its Comedic Timing March 5, 2017 Charlie "Coop" Cooper is back for another action packed, kooky adventure — complete with dirty jokes, an octopus robot, and an overuse of dialogue — in Richard Kadrey's newest novel. Review Book Reviews Angels, Mobsters, Monsters: This 'Box' Really Does Have Everything April 20, 2016 Richard Kadrey kicks off a new series about a magic-immune thief in a magic-soaked Los Angeles with The Everything Box. It's a madcap ride in which the end of humanity is just the beginning. Review Time Machine 'Sandman Slim' Is Urban Fantasy With Brains, Guts And A Blackened Heart July 25, 2015 This trip in the NPR Books Time Machine, we're rewinding Richard Kadrey's hard-boiled supernatural noir series about a half-angel, half-human man who fights crime and occasionally saves the world. Review Book Reviews Back To The Future — The Grim, Grimy, Chrome-Coated Future November 16, 2014 Richard Kadrey's first novel, the cyberpunk cult classic Metrophage, has been reissued. Critic Jason Sheehan calls this tale of dystopian L.A. "a time capsule from the chrome-and-neon literary past."