Thirteen piece of short fiction, and thirteen nonfiction articles/essays, by the masterful David J. Schow.
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.”
Kid hitchhiker Danny was making his big break for Mexico when the kindly old man giving him a lift is murdered. Danny sets out on the lam, trapped by circumstantial evidence.
A return to Hutchison’s balkanized Europe, a near-future police procedural that follows two narratives that converge at an alternate universe.
Rudi, an Estonian chef working in Poland, must navigate a balkanized Europe fractured into hundreds of polities, in a novel that reads like the love-child of le Carré and Kafka.
An atmospheric Southern Gothic following the cursed Bradwin line, an aristocratic clan whose fortunes (and destruction) was built on the blood and bodies of Africa.
Richard Temperley finds his erstwhile travel companion—a disagreeable fellow passenger—dead, with a mysterious woman and a crimson metal “Z” the only clues to the murderer…
In this taut thriller, Mrs. White begins to suspect that her husband is really a serial killer, whose gruesome murders have rocked a small Connecticut town.
A monster is stalking the crumbling streets of Detroit—a perverse artist who kills a teenager and replaces his lower legs with those of a fawn…
The second Tim Waverly novel after Michigan Roll sees the gambler forced into a high-stakes poker game to buy his way to freedom from a vengeful mafioso.