Shotgun Joe

Bob Mann

Shotgun Joe

BRILLIANT AND FANTASTICAL DARK HUMOR

Joe was just a guy punching the clock until Zappa showed up, but one flea-bitten, yowling tomcat later, and Joe is ejected from his daily grind to land smack in the middle of his dream job at the Brownbagg Brewery, a new life in a trailer park with a very interesting next-door neighbor named Janine— oh, and waking nightmares of a mysterious cult leader reanimating the dead. When Joe discovers that the monsters from his nightmares are real and headed straight for him, he must find a way to save Janine and himself, armed only with his good humor, weird intensity, dogged determination, and now: the shotgun.

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Holy Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove! With Shotgun Joe, Bob Mann gives Christopher Moore a run for his satirical money. 

Brenda Marie Smith

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A brilliant, dark wit—Shotgun Joe keeps us laughing while clinging for life to the edge of our seats. A killer-good book!

– Brenda Marie Smith, author of If Darkness Takes Us & Something Radiates

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I haven’t read any other books by Bob Mann, and I normally read non-fiction or science fiction, but I thought I’d give this a try on sheer impulse. This is one of those books that reads easily, with a lot of short chapters, so if you want to read one or two while you’re eating breakfast it works perfectly.

– Scott Feuless