A Latino border guard tries to keep the peace—and come to terms with himself—in a desolate borderland populated by strange locals, drug runners, and illegal immigrants.
Thirteen piece of short fiction, and thirteen nonfiction articles/essays, by the masterful David J. Schow.
I’m participating in the Philip K. Dick-of-the-month-club and Exegesis support group along with some other book nerds in the blogosphere, having decided that it …
Hap and Leonard get the band back together, pulling in characters from Lansdale’s other novels to take down a band of inbred hitmen who work for a mysterious criminal enterprise.
A collection of Hap and Leonard novellas and short stories, drawing from earlier, harder-to-find volumes like “Veil’s Visit,” “Hyenas,” and “Dead Aim.”
A career retrospective of one of the greatest living horror writers, 16 of Peter Straub’s best tales of terror, revulsion, and human evil.
Sixty years after a plague killed most of the world’s population, the last man who remembers pre-collapse civilization tries to tell the story of the plague times to his savage grandkids.