Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Crimes In Southern Indiana Stories

Frank Bill is the laureate of the working class hero. His characters have been pushed down, stomped on, and trampled over until they've reached their breaking points, and they are striking back to claim any little piece of ground they can get. Bill’s style has been keenly compared to Woodrell, McCarthy, and Thompson. He builds on their legacy, creating an impressive, unique style all his own.

Don't miss out on this exceptional collection now available.


Also check out Keith Rawson's Revisited—The Need by Frank Bill


Larry D. Sweazy said...

Being a native Hoosier, I can say this is great collection of stories that shouldn't be missed.

Charles Gramlich said...

Looks damn good.

pattinase (abbott) said...

I'll be getting mine autographed in St. Louis.

AC said...

A lot of native Hoosiers around here! I'll be picking up a copy tomorrow.

Frank Bill said...

David, man couldn't have done it without you. You're a great friend.

David Cranmer said...

Larry, It really is a marvelous collection of tales.

It is, Charles. One of the best I've read in awhile.

Patti, I'm looking forward to the day I meet some of you fine folks.

AC, Indiana on the rise!

Right back at you, Frankie.