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Review: Head Games

User Review  - Dillon Strange - Goodreads

A fun little crime novel set in 1957 about a macho pulp writer named Hector Lassiter with the severed mummified head of Pancho Villa in his car trunk. He's on the run from several rival factions, each ... Read full review

Review: Head Games

User Review  - Alan - Goodreads

Would have been five stars but for some jarring anachronisms in the 1957 part of the book ie referring to a "sociopath" and "nattering nabobs of negativity" Otherwise great over-the-top fun! Read full review

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User Review  - Stephen S - Goodreads

A fun read. It follows the detective noir style of the mid-twentieth century and reads like the pulp books that it emulates. It even includes the Bush family (yea, the most famous one) and the 'Skull and Bones Society.' This does add a bit of odd dark humor to the narrative. Read full review

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User Review  - Troy - Goodreads

Ending seems a little contrived, but it's an entertaining read. Read full review

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User Review  - Mike - Goodreads

Equal parts road novel,caper,and historical fiction, this book is about a hard drinking crime writer in the early 40's in Mexico making his way to california with the head of Pancho Villa in the trunk of his car......a good time Read full review

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User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

Craig McDonald does a great job with his first novel. Gutsy, political tones, heads all over the place! Absurd travels of Hector Lassiter, with an interesting twist at the end. Read full review


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