Edgar Award winner Joe R. Lansdale writes outrageous fiction that rockets along with violent spikes of action and intense humor. Gulf War vet Cason Statler has moved back to his East Texas hometown after losing his job as a reporter in Houston (sleeping with both the boss' wife and 30-year-old stepdaughter has a way of ruining career prospects). But when his new gig has him investigating a local girl's disappearance, Cason opens a can of worms that might get him killed.
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by Joe R. Lansdale
by Jose R. Hernandez
by Chris Fabry
"When Gulf War vet Cason Statler returns to his East Texas hometown to take a job as a reporter, he's a mess. He's drinking too much, and he can't let go of the ex-girlfriend who doesn't want him anymore. But the story of a missing college student catches his attention, and before he knows it, he discovers a case of blackmail, racial politics, and murder-- with his brother in the middle of it. Tom Butler performs the novel with dry sarcasm and just enough of a Texas drawl to convey its ambiance. Lansdale is a natural home-fried storyteller, able to put down a colorful turn of phrase at every twist of the pen. Tom Butler uses his own rollicking style to further enliven Lansdale's words, making LEATHER MAIDEN a thrilling East Texas delight. S.E.S. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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