The Red Mohawk
The new book from the anonymous author of the international bestselling Bourbon Kid series. Everything seems peaceful in the small town of B Movie Hell until a mysterious serial killer in a skull mask topped with a red mohawk shows up and starts butchering the locals. Government agents Jack... show more
The new book from the anonymous author of the international bestselling Bourbon Kid series. Everything seems peaceful in the small town of B Movie Hell until a mysterious serial killer in a skull mask topped with a red mohawk shows up and starts butchering the locals. Government agents Jack Munson and Milena Fonseca are sent to track down and eliminate the masked psychopath. But as they soon discover, the residents of B Movie Hell don’t want their help. This is a town like no other, and the locals have many dark secrets…. Already a hit in France and Germany and with film rights optioned by Tobey Maguire's Material Pictures and Alexandra Milchan (exec producer - The Wolf of Wall Street), The Red Mohawk is a fun, outrageous and bloody thriller full of cinematic references and homages to many cult movies. An explosive cocktail of delirious humour and suspense – Stéphane Loignon, Le Parisien magazine.
Publish date: 2015-05-08
Publisher: Black Shadow Press
Pages no: 244
Edition language: English
I received a free copy of The Red Mohawk from the publisher in return for an honest review. The Red Mohawk is worth a read as long as you are willing to ignore the mistakes, bad formatting and repetitiveness. It's a throw back to the cheesy 80s slasher movies with a decent amount of twists and an ...
I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. So this book deserves a 5 rating but I could not bring myself to do that there were some grammar issues along with the use of the 'r' word. I don't care what book it is, but I don't believe that word should be used in a book. Though that...
There's an awful lot of 5 star reviews for this one out there, so I had to check out this tale of a masked killer wading through the town of B-Movie Hell (heh) in an apparently random killing spree. Said killer is pursued by two FBI agents, who know more about his origins than anyone, but who still ...
[I received a copy through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.]An entertaining novel, one that follows closely in the footsteps of a (bad) slasher movie, indeed—so I would advise to read it as a parody, and not take it too seriously, even though it deals with a serial killer and, well, plen...
A fitting homage to 70s and 80s slasher films, right down to the piss-poor production quality. Not only does this book need an editor, but it deserved a better writer overall. I can see why Anonymous chose to stay anonymous. I wouldn't want this coming back and haunting me at some point in my career...