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THUGLIT Issue Twenty

(THUGLIT #20)

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THUGLIT is back with Issue 20 of THE BEST DAMN CRIME FICTION ON THE PLANET!!!

Eight brand spankin' new stories of darkest crime to infect your mind.

Accept no substitutes, kittens. Because if it ain't THUGLIT, it ain't s#!t…


IN THIS ISSUE OF THUGLIT:

HER BROTHER’S KEEPER by Russell W. Johnson
LETTERS TO THE PURPLE SATIN KILLER by Joshua Chaplinsky
BLACK DRAGON RIVER b
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Kindle Edition, 137 pages
Published October 31st 2015 by Thuglit Publishing
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Steven
Jan 20, 2019 rated it it was ok
Shelves: thuglit
Good, serviceable stories, but nothing I would return to re-read.
Maverick
Nov 24, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: lit-mag
Too many good stories to pick a favorite!!
-Black Dragon River. Apathetic, yet thought-provoking. Decisions made under pressure with the calm acceptance of a suicide bomber.
-Letters to the Purple Satin Killer. A hilarious story told in letters. Our titular character is always off-screen, yet his presence is tremendous.
-A captain and his Snakes. Heartbreaking and satisfying. Could read this one again and again.

The best of Both worlds. It dragged on and was really unsatisfying.

Worth the buy.
Dave
Jun 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
More of the good stuff. Tales so raw and gaping that you don't know where to turn. Tales that'll leave you shaking your head and wondering if this really is what goes on out there when most of us are home watching tv or getting some shut eye so we can be bright and cheery for the next day's meetings. There's a dark underside to our civilization and these tales give you a sense of what's out there.
Jack
Jun 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Good collection of really bad people

Thuglit is a bimonthly collection of short stories of the pulp genre. It's hard to find ant redeeming qualities in the cast of characters in these stories. Every issue contains stories by various authors. Really enjoy it!
Sue
Jan 25, 2016 rated it really liked it
Really enjoyed West Mesa. I think it has novel potential. :)
A.B. Patterson
Dec 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing
As always from "Thuglit', a thoroughly enjoyable parade of crime noir.
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