Kill The Children, Save The Food: Deliciously Weird Fiction by James R. Tuck

Kill The Children Save The Food Deliciously Weird Fiction by James R Tuck LOVECRAFTIAN HORROR WEIRD WESTERNS CATS PUNK ROCK SATAN SUPERHEROES but no Punk Rock Satan Superheroes maybe next time Seven stories of weirdness as only James R Tuck can deliver The Devil meets

  • Title: Kill The Children, Save The Food: Deliciously Weird Fiction by James R. Tuck
  • Author: James R. Tuck Levi Black
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • LOVECRAFTIAN HORROR, WEIRD WESTERNS, CATS, PUNK ROCK, SATAN, SUPERHEROES but no Punk Rock Satan Superheroes, maybe next time Seven stories of weirdness as only James R Tuck can deliver The Devil meets a girl in a WW2 concentration camp A cancer patient shares a smoke with a Lovecraftian Chaos God A cat is a cat A time traveling super villain faces off against the BLOVECRAFTIAN HORROR, WEIRD WESTERNS, CATS, PUNK ROCK, SATAN, SUPERHEROES but no Punk Rock Satan Superheroes, maybe next time Seven stories of weirdness as only James R Tuck can deliver The Devil meets a girl in a WW2 concentration camp A cancer patient shares a smoke with a Lovecraftian Chaos God A cat is a cat A time traveling super villain faces off against the Basilisk John Henry Doc Holliday plays a hand of five card stud with a stranger An aging punk rocker dances as hard as he can for the fate of the world A scarred spellslinger teams up with Frankenstein s creature against the Utter Dark in a post Biblical, Apocalyptic, weird western tale You know you re intrigued Pick it up.

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    1. Dark and twisted tales from a master storyteller. Three of the stories in this collection feature the Man in Black, from Tuck's “Red Right Hand” novel (written under the pen name Levi Black). Standout stories are “A Day in the Life,” in which Satan incarnates for a day as a Nazi prison guard, and the Wild West novelette “From Parts Unknown” – truly a “Weird Tale” in the best sense of that phrase; I hope we see more stories featuring its main character, Truett McCall.

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