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Only fifty copies of Joe R. Lansdale's Driving to Geronimo's Grave left!

Driving to Geronimos Grave by Joe R Lansdale

The next title in our shipping queue is Joe R. Lansdale's Driving to Geronimo's Grave and Other Stories. Copies are due in our warehouse any day, and we'll start shipping asap. We've reserved the last fifty copies to sell direct, so pick one up if you're of a mind. Due to the high volume of distributor and online retailer orders, this may be the last time we have copies to offer to individuals.

A few of the glowing reviews for Driving to Geronimo's Grave:

From Publishers Weekly:

“Lansdale (Hap and Leonard) ranges far afield in this short but sharp collection of six stories in a variety of genres… And saving the best for last, Lansdale adds to his history of black cowboy legend Nat Love, sending the marshal after four escaped murderers who also incur the wrath of one big, bad momma grizzly. Lansdale provides consistent entertainment for readers of all genres, not only in his fiction but also in the chatty intro and in afterwords of each yarn.”

From Booklist:

“There is certainly horror in the as-Lovecraftian-as-you'd-expect ‘In the Mad Mountains,’ but there are also forays into Depression-era crime fiction, robot-apocalypse sf, and a western tale featuring an enraged bear. Despite the genre hopping, Lansdale's storytelling skills make each piece worthwhile. It's especially impressive how distinct each story feels: style and dialogue seem perfectly attuned to each genre's demands, though the writing is equally strong throughout.”

From Kirkus Reviews:

“There is a note of both nostalgia and brutality that runs through these stories. Eras such as the Depression and the 1950s are evoked in terms that have less to do with naturalism than with popular iconography… A hard-nosed and evocative set of stories that carry a rough-hewn pleasure.”

Limited: 1500 signed numbered hardcover copies: $40




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