Publish date: April 27th 2004
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Hank Thompson (#1)
An explosive read that demands a soundtrack. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrwjiO1MCVsHere we go!Henry--Hank, to his friends--is just chilling in New York City, working his bartender gig, working his way up at the bar, and slowly pickling his liver. Hank is a genuinely nice guy: he gets along with ...
it was ok, but didn't make me want to read anything else by this author.
Charlie Huston is one of the best pulp fiction writers alive. There is no more accurate way to describe him. He has taken the mantle of Mickey Spillane and customized it to the gritty post-modern streets of New York. The Hank Thompson series takes a unlikely hero, puts him in the innocent victim in ...
Loved this dark tale of a former high school baseball star who is just drifting through life until his neighbor asks him to look after his cat. Great narration by Christian Conn, though some of the more violent scenes were pretty toe-curling.
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