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From From Cairo to Vicksburg, along Route 61, they lit up the night with the sounds of wailing voices and twanging guitars. All the greats played at roadside clubs filled with smoke, sex, and a driving beat . . . Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash. These jive joints are now a thing of the past. Or are they? A sheriff’s deputy has just stumbled on a mystery that will take him into the cheating heart of rockabilly hell.
No Two-Drink Minimum
In the last forty years over five hundred people have disappeared along that particular stretch of highway. Now Deputy Jesse “Cole” Younger and a beautiful reporter named Katti Baylor have entered the doors of one of those lost clubs to find what waits within—and to face what waits beyond . . .
And No Mercy
“Johnstone loads his shotgun with tropes — incest monsters, zombie girlfriends, ghost werewolves, killer dolls — and blasts them at the reader again and again.”
--Grady Hendrix, author of My Best Friend’s Exorcism and Paperbacks from Hell