Let Me Die A Woman
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Let Me Die A Woman

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Alice Fiend folded her arms and looked down at the little creatures from the third floor office of Blood Rag's headquarters. She'd scour this planet, rape it of every natural and synthetic resource and enslave those flesh wasters who referred to themselves as humanity.A" Bunny Flask, with the help of her friend Kiffany, has fought hard to champion women working in the horr...more
Published May 15th 2010 by Pulp Press
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Caleb Ross
(this review originally appeared at Outsider Writers Collective)

As much as I hate disclaimers, this review warrants one. I am quite unfamiliar with the hardboiled “pulp” genre from which this book comes, and even less familiar with the gender identity issues that it touches upon. Though, perhaps because of that, as a voice of the majority, I am uniquely qualified to review Let Me Die a Woman. Call me a doorway. But one only existing because of the doorway that this, Alan Kelly’s first novella, w...more
Christy Stewart
Fantastic. It was great writing, great characters, cool pulp feel, hard core bitches and filthy language.

Puts the fun back into "Some books are fun to read."
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