Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Tijuana Donkey Showdown - by Adam Howe - An outrageous romp from start to finish
Writer Adam Howe returns to the willywags for his fist full-length novel, Tijuana Donkey Showdown. Specifically he invites readers back to Walt Wiley's titty tonk in Bigelow town, where we get to hang out with the denizens of The Henhouse.
When I reviewed Die Dog or Eat the Hatchet, I said it was "some of the most entertaining reading I've done this year." It was and I'm so happy I got to return to to this crazy mixed up world.
Last time the legend of the skunk ape featured prominently in one of Adam's stories, here it's a well-endowed donkey and a chupacabra, of sorts. Even actor Nicolas Cage plays a part in the shenanigans.
No need to get into plot details, they don't really matter, what does matter is that reading Tijuana Donkey Showdown is a chance to kick back and relax with a totally fun read. It's a story filled with OMG moments, just one outrageous surprise after another. Plus, the writer has a love of great similies, stuff like Loved leering at Billy like a Tex Avery wolf and feeding shells into the shotgun like a degenerate gambler playing the slots.
Make no mistake, Tijuana Donkey Showdown, is certainly for adults and even some of those may find the material offensive, but if that's you and you're looking for something to take your mind off the world we live in. Look no further.
You can pre-order your copy today. Coming December 9th, 2016 from Comet Press, Tijuana Donkey Showdown will be available in both paperback and e-book formats.
From the author's bio - Adam Howe writes the twisted fiction your mother warned you about. A British writer of fiction and screenplays, he lives in London with his partner, their daughter, and a hellhound named Gino. Writing as Garrett Addams, his short story Jumper was chosen by Stephen King as the winner of the international On Writing contest. He is the author of Tijuana Donkey Showdown, and two novella collections, Die Dog or Eat the Hatchet, and Black Cat Mojo. In the pipeline: the occult thriller Scapegoat, co-written with James Newman, a horror/crime collaboration with Adam Cesare, and 80s action throwback, One Tough Bastard.