James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the titular characters in SundanceTV’s HAP AND LEONARD
In celebration of last night’s premiere of SundanceTV’s HAP AND LEONARD, Amazon is offering Joe R. Lansdale’s HAP AND LEONARD RIDE AGAIN for only $1.99!
This offer is only good for today (Thursday, March 3, 2016).
”No one currently working the field demonstrates more convincingly and joyously the deep affinity between pulp fiction and the American tall tale.”
Hap and Leonard don’t fit the profile. Hap Collins looks like a good ’ol boy, but his liberal politics don’t match. After a number of failed careers, Hap has discovered that what he’s best at: kicking ass. Vietnam veteran Leonard Pines is even more complicated: black, conservative, gay … and an occasional arsonist.
“a perfect introduction”
Join in on Hap and Leonard’s gritty Texan crime-fighting adventures. Discover four pieces of bonus material only found in this e-book. Now the Dixie Mafia and small-time crooks alike had best be extremely nervous.
“East Texas charm, profane wit, and strong characterization, with enough snappy dialogue to keep a smile on your face … excellent entertainment, edge-of-your-seat action one minute, gut-busting humor”
—Adventures in Genre Fiction
Table of Contents
- Introduction: An Appreciation of Joe R. Lansdale by Michael Koryta
- Joe R. Lansdale, Hap and Leonard, and Me by Bill Crider (original to this edition)
- Veil’s Visit (with Andrew Vachss)
- Death by Chili
- A Bone Dead Sadness (only in this edition)
- Not Our Kind (original to print and e-book edition)
- The Oak and the Pond (original to this edition)
- The Boy Who Became Invisible (comic book script, only in this edition)
- Joe R. Lansdale Interviews Hap Collins and Leonard Pine
- Interview with Joe R. Lansdale by Rick Klaw (original to this edition)
- The Care and Feeding and Raising Up of Hap and Leonard (original to print and e-book edition)
For more info about HAP AND LEONARD RIDE AGAIN, visit the Tachyon page.
Cover by Elizabeth Story