Slaughterhouse Blues

Slaughterhouse Blues

by Nick Kolakowski

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Slaughterhouse Blues catches up with Bill and Fiona, the chattery and gun-happy anti-heroes of A Brutal Bunch of Heartbroken Saps, soon after they've escaped the Rockaway Mob, the criminal enterprise from which Bill "borrowed" several million dollars.

Holed up in Havana, Bill and Fiona know the Mob is coming for them--it's just a question of time. But they're not prepared for who the Mob sends: a pair of assassins so utterly amoral and demented, their behavior pushes the boundaries of sanity. Seriously, what kind of killers pause in mid-hunt to discuss the finer points of thread count and luxury automobiles?

Forced on the run (again), Bill and Fiona will venture from the crumbling streets of Cuba to the steaming jungles of Nicaragua, and finally back to the mean streets of New York City. If they want to survive, our fine young criminals can't retreat anymore: they'll need to pull off a massive (and massively weird) heist--and the loot has some very dark history...


"Dark, bleak and in-your-face, take-no-prisoners prose, everything you want in crime fiction." --Frank Bill author of Donnybrook and Crimes in Southern Indiana

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158666452
Publisher: Shotgun Honey, an imprint of Down & Out Books
Publication date: 02/09/2018
Series: A Love & Bullets Hookup , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 172
File size: 472 KB

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Slaughterhouse Blues 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Jgetze More than 1 year ago
Bill and Fiona are back, running from the people they pissed off in the first book, A Brutal Bunch of Heartbroken Saps. The fun and the action is non-stop, and the story surges in intensity early when Bill and Fiona return to New York. Great locations and suspense. Fiona particularly is a wonderful character, able to make me laugh and duck in the same paragraph. Fine, smooth, unpretentious writing -- as good as any I've read since the death of Elmore Leonard. This writer is going places.