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Review: The Haunted Hillbilly

User Review  - Joey Comeau - Goodreads

The first of Derek McCormack's weird, hilarious trilogy. Hank Williams and his flashy suits, made for him by a gay vampire obsessed with his ass. His wife doesn't like that one bit, but things don't ... Read full review

Review: The Haunted Hillbilly

User Review  - Russell Hubley - Goodreads

Strange, strange tale...very original. This guy is twisted in a very cool way. Read full review

Review: The Haunted Hillbilly

User Review  - Russell Hubley - Goodreads

Strange, strange tale...very original. This guy is twisted in a very cool way. Read full review

Review: The Haunted Hillbilly

User Review  - Goodreads

Strange, strange tale...very original. This guy is twisted in a very cool way. Read full review

Review: The Haunted Hillbilly

User Review  - Vestal McIntyre - Goodreads

A grotesque and utterly delicious little shocker. I read it years ago, but still get a chill when I think of the last line. Read full review

Review: The Haunted Hillbilly

User Review  - Vestal McIntyre - Goodreads

A grotesque and utterly delicious little shocker. I read it years ago, but still get a chill when I think of the last line. Read full review

Review: The Haunted Hillbilly

User Review  - Goodreads

A grotesque and utterly delicious little shocker. I read it years ago, but still get a chill when I think of the last line. Read full review

Review: The Haunted Hillbilly

User Review  - Leif - Goodreads

Very weird novella. Interesting in its use of the supernatural to comment on the over-the-top marketing and cult of personality of the country music industry. Read full review

Review: The Haunted Hillbilly

User Review  - Leif - Goodreads

Very weird novella. Interesting in its use of the supernatural to comment on the over-the-top marketing and cult of personality of the country music industry. Read full review

Review: The Haunted Hillbilly

User Review  - Goodreads

Very weird novella. Interesting in its use of the supernatural to comment on the over-the-top marketing and cult of personality of the country music industry. Read full review


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