Border News: Death Karma, first review.

This is obviously self promotion but it does pertain to the Mexican Border. The story is based on fact. SMALL.DEATH KARMA COVER

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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Storytelling, January 20, 2015
This review is from: Death Karma (Kindle Edition)
Death Karma by Wally RunnelsI recently stumbled onto this novella by Wally Runnels called Death Karma. The genre is a blend of action and adventure, sprinkled with some humor, set on the border of Mexico and the USA. Mr. Runnels calls it Border Pulp … a good name.

The book has an engaging cast of characters … Clyde Stockwell and Cat Boy, Rocky and El Funerario … there’s even a guy named Ford Tough. None of them are good guys in the classical sense. They have issues. At times, they do bad things. And, yet, they grow on you and you find yourself rooting for some of them.

The story is raw and edgy, but I found myself laughing multiple times from the unique & dark wit. In some ways, it reminded me of the movie From Dusk till Dawn, minus the vampires.

No doubt the authenticity I sensed behind the story is due to the author’s experiences along the border.

It’s an easy and good read: 4 of 5 stars.

Rated R for violence and sexual content.

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