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About the Author
Too often overlooked in American literature is that lineage descending from our early humorists such as Bierce, and from Twain: regional, darkly comic, bizarre. That's where Joe Lansdale lives. He's very Texan, very American, very funny--and a stone brilliant writer.-- "James Sallis, author of Drive"
Classic Lansdale, his own self peppered throughout by much piney backwoods philosophizing on everything from religion to whoring, [with] the author's long-ago trademarked heaping helping of wry, often delightfully vulgar humanism.-- "Austin Chronicle"
Paradise Sky is a rowdy, funny, suspenseful, and often quite moving yarn.-- "Booklist (starred)"
Folksy, cinematic...Lansdale fills his pages with true-hearted heroes, dastardly scoundrels, and rollicking adventures.-- "Publishers Weekly (starred review)"
Paradise Sky is a rowdy, funny, suspenseful, and often quite moving yarn.-- "Booklist (starred review)"
This fast-paced Western with its multicultural cast of characters is a winner.-- "Library Journal (starred review)"
Paradise Sky goes down smooth and easy as a vintage sarsaparilla.-- "Kirkus Reviews"