Blog Tour: The Chupacabra by Stephen Randel

So, I'm running a bit late on...well, life.  So this is a few days late.  But I just wanted to call your attention to a neat dark comedy!  Review to follow shortly.  Check out all the tour stops too!  

The Chupacabra: A Borderline Crazy Tale of Coyotes, Cash & Cartels
Stephen Randel

Available in PDF, 233 pages
Publisher: Knuckleball Press
August 19, 2012
Genre: Dark Comedy

He is called El Barquero. He makes his trade along the border, smuggling guns and killing without remorse. As he faces his one last mission, his perfect plan is unwittingly foiled by Avery, a paranoid loner obsessed with global conspiracy theories who spends most of his time crafting absurd and threatening letters to anyone who offends him. That means pretty much everyone. 

What unfolds is a laugh out loud dark comedy of madcap adventure stretching from Austin to the West Texas border featuring a lunatic band of civilian border militia, a group of bingo-crazed elderly ladies (one packing a pistol nearly as long as her arm), a murderous and double-crossing cartel boss, a burned-out hippy, and a crotchety retired doctor and his pugnacious French bulldog. Read it to believe it.

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