Paul Tremblay is the author of No Sleep Till Wonderland and The Little Sleep. He has won acclaim for his short fiction and received two nominations for the 2007 Bram Stoker Award, and he lives in Massachusetts with his wife and two children.
"Rejoice, Chandler fans. The Little Sleep is as bitingly sardonic as it is hardboiled. Like Jonathan Lethem in Motherless Brooklyn, Paul Tremblay slices, dices and spins the neo-noir his own strange way and delivers a fast, smart, and completely satisfying read." --Stewart O'Nan, author of A Night at the Lobster. A Prayer for the Dying, and The Speed Queen"I picked up The Little Sleep, planning to just read a few pages, knowing full well I didn't have time to dip into it. Several hours later I was closing the book with a satisfied grin. The best thing I can say about this is the classic 'I couldn't put it down' and mean it. It's original and different, and yet somehow good kin folk to what has gone before in the tradition of Raymond Chandler." --Joe R. Lansdale, author of Lost Echoes and The Bottoms