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Peter Dinklage Tapped To Star in Crime Thriller The Thicket

Peter Dinklage will take a break from Westeros and spend some time in turn-of-the-century Texas — though it sounds like there will still be plenty of blood and gore. 137 more words

THE NIGHTMARE GIRL: Cover and Synopsis Reveal

Hey, friends. When an editor gets excited, I tend to get excited too. Especially when it’s editor Don D’Auria, a man who has edited the likes of Jack Ketchum, Richard Laymon, and Brian Keene. 153 more words

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Review: 'Black Hat Jack' by Joe R. Lansdale

America’s frontier days were a ripe time for the art and tradition of storytelling. As people began to push the boundaries further west they discovered a great many new things to see and people to meet. 631 more words

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A Fine Dark Line by Joe R Lansdale

Joe is an incredible writer whose pragmatic approach and advice has been instrumental in my development.  His work has that muscular,  sparing quality that’s elegant and thoughtful. 61 more words

Review: Cold in July by Joe R. Lansdale

I received this book for free from Netgalley/ the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. 352 more words

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Krimis, die man 2014 lesen sollte (VIII)

Es freut  mich besonders, dass ausgerechnet mein Geburtsmonat August viele wirkliche Crime-Fiction-Highlights zu bieten hat. Gleichzeitig zeigt sich an folgenden Bücher auch wieder einmal, wie vielseitig dieses Genre ist. 694 more words

Krimis, Die Man Lesen Sollte

Act of Love

Act of Love was the first book Joe Lansdale ever published. It’s grim and tense and frankly disgusting in spots, but that’s because it’s about a very sick person who likes to kill women in horrible ways. 250 more words

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