Appalachia, noir, and fishing: an interview with David Joy
I read a lot of crime, but few novels impress me so much that I find myself still talking about them six months after turning the last page. David Joy’s The Weight of This World belongs to that small group.
From the Café at the End of The World
BY ZACHARY JENSEN – I. The Café Owner I think it would be best if we kept these things to ourselves When one is dirty, there is usually a desire to become clean – to wash away the layers and coatings of one’s actions and begin anew.
[REVIEW] Made for Love by Alissa Nutting
Ecco Books, 2017 REVIEWED BY MATT E. LEWIS — Readers familiar with Alissa Nutting know that she is not one to shy away from taboo subjects. Her novel Tampa delves into the mind of sociopathic English teacher Celeste Price, who despite having the “perfect” life, uses her position to prey on young boys.