voiceless

 

For Max Pendleton, the New Mexico town of Sueño Roto is dreary and lonesome. Unfortunately, it is also his new home. Forced by a crippled economy to take up residence at his wife’s uncle’s vacant, desolate house, Max finds himself entangled not only in a sinister revenge plot, but also in something enigmatically unknown. As his shaky marriage crumbles, he finds inspiration in the least likely of places. Sometimes a man’s best friend truly is his dog. 

In Voiceless, Zelazny draws the account of a desperate life in the dust and shines the light of hope into the darkest of places.

"Trent Zelazny's work is as powerful as a .45 slug and as memorable and pleasing as a scar obtained during feverish sexual activity. One of the best of the new breed of writers...I have someone new to admire." --Joe R. Lansdale

"A powerful and good writer...someone who's been through hell and come out, I hope, the other side." --Neil Gaiman

"Trent Zelazny has already begun to carve out his own genre niche. He's got the right stuff to make fiction both engrossing and literate." --Tom Piccirilli

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Dames, Booze, Guns and Gumshoes

Today many of the old pulp crime writers have achieved success to one degree or other. Sadly, like so many artists, they had to die before anyone took their work seriously. Featuring stories by Frank Johnson, John P. Rees, Carlota M. Hardy, Frederick C. Davis, David Goodis, C.S. Montanye, Norman A. Daniels, David Manners, Edward Ronns, William O'Sullivan, Jerome Severs Perry, Neil Moran, Robert Leslie Bellem, Mat Rand, Michael Bittner, Robert Turner, Joe Archibald, and others.

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