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Hail, Tiger!
Strange Gardens
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Dark Tales from Gent's Pens

OUT NOW!

 

From DEAD GUNS PRESS

 

Hail, Tiger!

 

by Cindy Rosmus

 

 

Noir isn’t pretty. Neither is New Jersey. Especially in Cindy Rosmus’s fifteen tales of thieving mommies, inept hit men, homicidal trannies, and dysfunctional adolescents trapped in pre-casino Atlantic City. Not nice people doing nasty stuff that will turn and bite you back. This Jersey reeks of toxic waste and loss. This is a Jersey that Springsteen, himself, would be scared to sing about. But these stories, from Yellow Mama's editor –Cindy Rosmus— you can’t help but read.

 

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