Book Review: Down – Author Nate Southard

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I really liked the writing I found in Sixty Five Stirrup Iron Road, the nine author collaboration put out by Sinister Grin Press at the end of last year. So much so, in fact, that I decided to check out some of the contributing authors’ other books, hoping for more of the same. My first stop was Shane McKenzie’s Muerte Con Carne, and it was everything I hoped it would be and much, much more. … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Pale Man (Sam Truman Mysteries #5) – Author Nate Southard

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The Pale Man (Sam Truman Mysteries #5) By Nate Southard Sam leaped back as the dead body reached for him. The rope around the man’s neck strained and swayed as two bruise and swollen arms swipe through the air. Eyes that were all white save the black pinpricks of pupils stared at him. A toothless mouth moaned and then snarled. “You stay here now, Truman,” The corpse said. “You belong here.” The Pale Man by … Continue reading

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Book Review: Just Like Hell – Author Nate Southard

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JUST LIKE HELL Author Nate Southard Published by Thunderstorm Books Publication Date: 2008 Format: Black /White – 98 pages Price: $10.95 “There would be no going to the police afterward. What he wanted to do could not be considered self-defense. He would not be a hero. But he would be a survivor. And he would feel some measure of justice.” Just imagine you are Dillon, the all American dream, the type of guy every red-blooded, testosterone … Continue reading

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New announcement from Cargo Cult Press!

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BAD MAGICK by Nate Southard & Steven Shrewsbury (Limited Edition) With only 150 copies being produced this edition will go fast so order soon. In 1901, famed mystic Aleister Crowley passes through a barbaric land known as El Paso, Texas. There he meets a one-armed confederate and a Russian monk known as Rasputin.  Together, these outcasts stand witness to the terrible things men can do in the name of civilization, things normally locked behind closed … Continue reading

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