by Matthew P. Mayo


by Matthew P. Mayo



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Get Teague!
A Gritty Press Short Story ... of Redneck Revenge

White-trash dimwits Judd and Kurl set out on a drug-fueled mission to track down the man they blame for their addictions -- they aim to GET TEAGUE! And they aren't about to let anyone stop them, until they cross paths with a crusty old mechanic and his baggy full of strange blue powder....

Fans of Elmore Leonard's bumbling baddies and wise-cracking weirdos will find themselves right at home as Judd and Kurl lurch their way through their latest escapade, baying at the moon and white-knuckling down the highway to GET TEAGUE!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151364454
Publisher: Gritty Press
Publication date: 06/17/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Award-winning author Matthew P. Mayo has written dozens of books and dozens of short stories. His novel Tucker’s Reckoning won the Western Writers of America’s 2013 Spur Award for Best Western Novel. He has also been a Spur Finalist in the Short Fiction category and a Western Fictioneers Peacemaker Award Finalist. His many novels include Winters’ War; Wrong Town; Hot Lead, Cold Heart; Dead Man’s Ranch; Tucker’s Reckoning; The Hunted; and Shotgun Charlie. He also contributes to other popular series of adventure novels.
Matthew’s nonfiction books include Cowboys, Mountain Men & Grizzly
Bears; Bootleggers, Lobstermen & Lumberjacks; Sourdoughs, Claim Jumpers & Dry Gulchers; Haunted Old West; and Jerks in New England History, among many others. He collaborated with his wife, photographer Jennifer Smith-Mayo, on a series of popular hardcover books including Maine Icons, New Hampshire Icons, and Vermont Icons. The Mayos also run Gritty Press ( and rove the world in search of hot coffee, tasty whiskey, and high adventure. More info. can be found at Matthew’s website:; or visit him on Facebook:
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