Not much has changed in remote in Denke, Kansas, since the pioneer days. For more than 100 years, its citizens have worked far outside the laws of man and nature, hunting down strangers, stealing their money and their lives. But the time has come at last for every one of them to pay for their unspeakable crimes. . . .
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BORDERLANDUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
This latest Kansas gothic from hard-working Epperson (Brother Lowdown, Dumford Blood) features a truly monstrous town—Denke, Kansas—whose main industries are kidnaping and theft and whose leading ... Read full review