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Four Bullets For Dillon
 
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Derrick Ferguson
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Four Bullets For Dillon

4.69 of 5 stars 4.69  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  5 reviews
144 pages
Published 2011 by Pulpwork Press
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Don Gates
(Note: This review originally appeared on Amazon.com)

In the full-length novels "Dillon and the Voice of Odin" and "Dillon and the Legend of the Golden Bell", Derrick Ferguson introduced us to his titular modern pulp-hero: a cocky-yet-likeable badass who dives into trouble head-first and often brings everybody and their mothers in with him. These novels have cemented both the character and his creator as forces to be reckoned with in the "New Pulp" movement, but with "Four Bullets For Dillon" we...more
Mat Nastos
I haven't read any of the other Dillon books, but this collection of 4 stories gives you everything you need to know without requiring any of the others. The stories by Derrick Ferguson are the prose version of the blockbuster action films of the 80s and 90s - if you're a bit younger than I am, think of the Dillon stories as sequels to "The Rundown" starring The Rock. Great action, great stories. Tons of fun.
Chuck Loridans
Dillon is a New Pulp Hero, that can stand toe to toe with Bond, Steve Austin and Remo Williams!

If you like non-stop excitement, thrills and humor, I highly recommend this anthology!
Ray
Another wonderful work by Derrick Ferguson. If there is another character in New Pulp (if not all fiction) better than Dillon, someone please point that character out. He's simply awesome. On top of that, Ferguson creates this world that seems really close to reality, but with interesting twists that make it a wonderful fictional realm. These four stories only help to increase my admiration for Dillon and the world he lives in. If you haven't read Dillon or Derrick Ferguson, it's time you did!
Terrence
fun, pulpy action adventure.
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