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Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 6 years ago
13/1 - This is some seriously sick writing! I don't know why the police even bother trying to catch the criminals, just let them kill each other (and themselves) and don't get in their way. Frank Bill has one of the most twisted imaginations (well, I hope it's his imagination) that I've ever read. H...
Seriously, Read a Book!
Seriously, Read a Book! rated it 7 years ago
The last time I read a book set in Indiana it was about The Greatest Town in America (First in Friendship, Fourth in Obesity). Throw in Hoosiers, the occasional Pacers game, and a high-school production of The Music Man I saw when I was, at most, ten, and you've pretty much covered the extent of my ...
Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 7 years ago
23/4 - I've never read anything like it, just as the inside front cover predicted. It's nothing like what I was expecting either. It doesn't really have a blub anywhere on the book, so from the title and front cover image I was expecting either true crime or horror revolving around isolated farms ow...
Redacted
Redacted rated it 8 years ago
What the actual fuck? Oh no, Mr. Bill indeed! Wow, these are some truly twisted and excellent stories. Frank Bill is in the same rarified hillbilly noir company as Daniel Woodrell and Donald Pollack. When I say that, I am saying you should read this immediately.
sandin954
sandin954 rated it 10 years ago
Collection of brutally violent short stories set, like the title states, in Southern Indiana. I preferred the stories that were a bit less violent and while the author's writing style was a bit overdone for my tastes I will look for his first novel.
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