Southern Psycho Tales is a collection of twisted and gut-bustingly funny stories of Southern madness and mayhem. The tiny alligator brain sitting on top of your spinal column knows too well that any of them could be true. Worse, they could happen to you ... if you are below the Mason-Dixon line.
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Bruce Strauch is an adopted Charlestonian and, as a professor of law at the Citadel, a genuine Southern colonel in the S.C. "Unorganized" Militia. He has published stupefyingly dull academic journal articles as well as five gore-drenched mass-market horror novels with his wife Katina. An artist and world traveler, he is convinced that he can speak French.Review:
I'd rather read these tales than eat shrimp & grits on Meeting Street... -- Jerry Leath Mills, author of "The Dead Mule Rides Again"
Strauch's entertainingly bizarre imagination soars in Southern Psycho Tales. -- Bland Simpson, author of "Ghost Ship of Diamond Shoals"
Strauch's stories are not the best of the South. They are better. -- Loyd Little, author of "Smokehouse Jam"
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Book Description Parkway Publishers, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1887905979