"Talking dirty can be great fun, especially when the trash talkers are Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, the cutup private eyes in Joe R. Lansdale's Texas crime capers."—Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review
"Part of what makes this book exceptional is the way Lansdale portrays the long legacy of race and class discrimination as the characters' lived experience. . . . Lansdale is one of a kind, with a deceptively folksy and funny voice that hides real darkness; fans of the eponymous SundanceTV series will be delighted to find the books are even better."—Booklist (starred review)
"Raucous . . . As always, Lansdale provides a wild, fun ride with an astute eye on social issues."—Publishers Weekly
"Fans of the books and Sundance TV series will eagerly follow the men through their latest, politically timely hullabaloo."—Library Journal
"A companionable, enjoyable, and profane series . . . Its pleasures are still welcome."—Kirkus Reviews
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