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Something To Do With Death: A Review of Coy Hall’s The Hangman Feeds the Jackal

by Anthony Perconti Subtitled A Gothic Western, Coy Hall’s novel The Hangman Feeds the Jackal immediately brings to mind the 1974 classic, Richard Brautigan’s TheHawkline Monster. Both books fall squarely within the Western genre, but where Brautigan amplifies elements of the (weird) gothic, Professor Hall focuses the macabre. One zigs, where the other zags. One… Continue reading Something To Do With Death: A Review of Coy Hall’s The Hangman Feeds the Jackal