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Beau Johnson

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wow, long time

Been a bit. Hope you are well. So, looks like ALL OF THEM TO BURN is doing more than I ever thought possible. A good thing, and now stands just 6 copies behind the entire to date sell run of my first book, A BETTER KIND OF HATE. I believe this means a WOOHOO is in order. Besides that, well, I just wanted to say that I'm not as done with Bishop Rider as I thought I was. Weird, I know, especially on Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 4.5 · 107 ratings · 45 reviews · 9 distinct worksSimilar authors
A Better Kind of Hate: Stories

4.71 avg rating — 34 ratings3 editions
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All of Them to Burn

4.46 avg rating — 26 ratings2 editions
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The Big Machine Eats

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Brand New Dark

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Not Your Average Monster: A...

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Blood on the Floor: How Wri...

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Breaking the Rules

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Beau Johnson and 2 other people liked Wayne Fenlon's review of Brand New Dark:
Brand New Dark by Beau  Johnson
"I have only read ALL OF THEM TO BURN by Beau Johnson, but I do feel that the way this collection is structured would be a great place to begin his work. The synopsis says this collection fills in some of the gaps in Bishop Rider's story, but it didn'" Read more of this review »
Brand New Dark by Beau  Johnson
"This book gives some backstory and fills in some parts of the Bishop Ryder series. Extremely well written. If you like dark crime fiction, and these stories are very dark, you should enjoy this. "
Brand New Dark by Beau  Johnson
"Nobody writes violence (and the consequences of it) better than Beau Johnson. This latest book delivers all the bone-crunching, inventive carnage you could ever want or need. He has a voice and an economy of language that's utterly distinctive. "
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Absolute Unit by Nick Kolakowski
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The Rib from Which I Remake the World by Ed Kurtz
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Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King
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Had the potential to be something more than it end up being. Don't get me wrong, I still enjoyed it, I have just enjoyed other works of King better. ...more
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Dove Season by Johnny Shaw
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There's a lot to like in Johnny Shaw's Dove Season. A story that is centered around Jimmy Veeder and those that orbit him. The pull of family, appeasing the dead, and if I'm honest, some pretty good laughs. Most of these coming courtesy of Jimmy's fr ...more
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Burner by Robert Ford
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Fair warning, this book will not be for everyone. It involves real word evil and the things that come of it. But Robert Ford, he's never gratuitous with the subject matter within Burner, riding a line that will never not be fine. It's the sign of not ...more
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