Month: July 2014

Hop Alley by Scott Phillips – review

Scott Phillips returns to the saga of the Ogden family with Hop Alley, a novel that covers some of the time glossed over in his excellent “Mid-Western” Cottonwood.  It’s the late 1870’s and Bill Ogden, living as “Bill Sadlaw” ever since…

The Scent of New Death by Mike Monson – review

mike monson new scent of death

Fast, nasty, kinky, violent pulp. Too many authors try to deliver it unsuccessfully. Crafting something that deserves to be called all those things is no easy task, so when I find a novel or novella that has all of it,…

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