The Two-bear Mambo - Joe R. Lansdale Reviews
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by - written on 09/03/07 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Some people seem invincible. Maybe you remember your Granddad or your Father when you were young and you could not comprehend anything bad ever happening to them because they were so strong. Perhaps you know some one who seems to live a life filled with good luck – no matter what they do they seem to come out on top. However, everyone is human and bad things can happen to us all. When these things happen to the lucky or strong people that you know the impact is intensified as it comes as a shock. In the world of crime fiction Joe R. Lansdale’s Hap and Leonard have been like supermen as they get into scrapes and come out the other end stronger; even their winning ... Read the complete review
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