Hap collins and leonard pine books

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Hap Collins & Leonard Pine

Hap and Leonard Series Joe R. We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. Read an Excerpt. Devil Red. It turns out that both victims were set to inherit some serious money, and one of them ran with an honest-to-goodness vampire cult. The more closely Hap and Leonard look over the crime-scene photos, the more trouble they see.
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Joe Richard Lansdale born October 28, is an American writer and martial arts instructor.

Joe R. Lansdale

Hap and Leonard are two fictional amateur investigators and adventurers portrayed by American author Joe R. They are two very different men and the best of friends, and now work together as private investigators for Hap's girlfriend Brett Sawyer. Together they always wind up in a lot of trouble with various criminal types in the fictional town of LaBorde, in East Texas and often find themselves attempting to solve various unpleasant and brutal crimes. Both men are well versed in the martial arts. Hap Collins is a white working class laborer who spent time in federal prison as a young man for refusing to be drafted into the military and serve in the Vietnam War. In his late fifties, he is often haunted by the various unpleasant jobs he's held over the years such as working at an aluminum chair factory and working the East Texas rose fields.

Hap and Leonard are two fictional amateur investigators and adventurers portrayed by Promotional poster for the TV Series adapted from the books Hap Collins is a white working class laborer who spent time in federal prison as a young man for Leonard Pine is a gay, black Vietnam vet with serious anger issues.
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Lansdale's Dead Aim. Y ears ago my pal Keith, insisted I read these. Man, are they great! I don't even know why they're trying to market them as. Voodoo hoodoo crime fiction? Country noir? East Texas gothic?

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