Reviewers, booksellers, and librarians get Edgar Award winner and Hap and Leonard creator Joe R. Lansdale’s COLD IN JULY
Review copies of the Particle Books digital edition of Joe R. Lansdale’s acclaimed COLD IN JULY are now available via NETGALLEY and EDELWEISS.
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“This book is a rare treat for fans of crime and noir fiction with a dark side and is a testament to just how good of a writer Lansdale is.”
A shocking crime thriller to chill the even the warmest summer’s night, this gritty Texan thriller inspired the major motion picture Cold in July, featuring Michael C. Hall (Dexter) Sam Shepard (Black Hawk Down), and Don Johnson (Miami Vice).
Richard Dane has killed a man. Everyone in the small town of LaBorde, Texas knows Dane acted in self-defense — everyone except Ben Russel, the father of the criminal who invaded Dane’s home.
When Russel comes looking for revenge against Dane’s family, the two fathers are unexpectedly drawn into a conspiracy that conceals the vilest of crimes. Surrounded by police corruption, mafia deception, and underworld brutality, Dane, Russel, and eccentric PI Jim Bob Luke have discovered a game they may not survive.
“Cold in July is more than a novel of detection; it is an odyssey into the dark recesses of the human psyche….”
-Loren D. Estleman, author of Burning Midnight
by Joe R. Lansdale
ISBN: Print ISBN: 9781616961619
Particle Books Digital ISBN: 9781616963101
Available Format(s): Print, Digital Formats
“Impressive Realism-meets-Road House-circa ’89 fight-scenes, tailings, and gunfights… . You’re sure to finish this book fast, but you’re also sure to think on it slowly.”
Tachyon’s Particle Books e-book imprint highlights excellent imaginative fiction. The titles, or Particles, include both young adult and adult fiction; subgenres will include science fiction, fantasy, horror, mysteries, and thrillers.
Lovingly-curated, the Particles are a dynamic mix of original, newly-collected, hard to find, and out-of-print material.
Particle Books was named as an homage to the faster-than-light (and as of now hypothetical) tachyon particle, perhaps best known from Star Trek.
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