Originally published 1991 by Bantam Doubleday Dell. Cover art by James Powell.
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Brian Hodge is a prolific writer in a number of genres and subgenres, as well as an avid connoisseur of music. He lives in Boulder, Colorado, where he is working on his latest novel. Brian Hodge's novels are often dark in nature, containing themes such as self-sacrifice. He often explores unique belief systems in his stories. He has been nominated for numerous awards, and won the International Horror Guild Award for best short fiction. Mad Dogs (Cemetery Dance Publications, 2007).
by Brian Hodge and Andreas Diesel. Select Format: Mass Market Paperback. Format: Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13: 9780440207542.
Brian Hodge, called a writer of spectacularly unflinching gifts by Peter Straub, is the . See if your friends have read any of Brian Hodge's books.
Brian Hodge, called a writer of spectacularly unflinching gifts by Peter Straub, is the award-winning author of ten novels of horror and crime/noir . He lives in Colorado, where he also dabbles in music and photography; loves everything about organic gardening except the thieving squirrels; and trains in Krav Maga, grappling, and kickboxing, which are of no use at all against the squirrels.
I live in Colorado with the love of my life, Doli, and find way too much way too compelling to ever fit it all into a single lifetime. To be nobody-but-myself - in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else - means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight, and never stop fighting. A single ego is an absurdly narrow vantage point from which to view the world.
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Without a doubt the most terrifying story in the collection for me. I am well aware of the problems of drug cartels within the boundaries of our southern neighbor, and have seen videos of their savagery. For me, it’s always about the characters most of all. There’s a world-weary gallery owner. And a pair of idealistic junior college students desperate to find a way to stay where they want to live even though their Appalachian region has no future for them.