Two crazy red neck families fighting over a Barbecue business leads to a bloody, backwoods Texas battle, resulting in carnage and mayhem. Gruesome, bloody, and sadistic, and written like something Herschel Gordon Lewis would release at the drive-in, this is a colorful, entertaining, and fun read. I loved it!
This collection of short works is wonderfully peppered with psychological specters and classic monsters. The lingering horrors of war haunt the reader throughout the collection, like something unspeakable in your peripheral vision. The language is lush and visceral.The titular story of the collection, “The Hobbsburg Horror,” is an enjoyable small-town mystery of murder and mythology- a mythology that could use it’s own full-length work.