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Get it I shivered a little but I couldn't pull my gaze away from her She looked as though she'd just gotten out of a warm bed and wanted to go back to it with me But her sleepy eyes he. Slam dunk top tier classic that needs to be on your crime noir reading list Whittington's prose style is literary in the best sense character driven nuanced with lush concrete descriptions and absent cliche's and short cuts And yet he gives up none of the genre's plotting and pacing The narrator is conflicted and driven The villain is sublime The femme fatale despite the title is no tramp So many of the scenes are riveting page turners especially the scenes with the three of them together Was this never made into a movie How is that possible Loved everything about this one

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Backwoods TrampR full mouth and her lush body were lying In a cold and calculating way she was already planning haw she could use me to help her escape from the poverty and fifth of her backwoods life. Backwoods Tramp is an exciting and very fast paced short novel with a great cast of characters guns boobs alligators and snakes all rolled into an insanely plotted swamp noir Never knowing what's coming next the novel is a real blast to read

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FREE READ ´ Backwoods Tramp Ý ❮Reading❯ ➶ Backwoods Tramp ➮ Author Harry Whittington – Helpyouantib.co.uk She stood in the doorway of the shack and I saw how different she was from the other people I'd met in the swamp She was looking for something; she wanted something and she would kill to get it I shiv She stood in tShe stood in the doorway of the shack and I saw how different she was from the other people I'd met in the swamp She was looking for something she wanted something and she would kill to. When books like Tobacco Road were at their peak every Tom Dick and Dime Novel Hack scribbled their own filthy Hillbilly novel A Moment To Prey by superhack Harry Whittington is one of the better ones An insurance investigator from the big city well the local town with them cee ment streets dukes it out with swamp thing Marve Pooser over a lazy throw pillow named Lily That's basically all that happens in this classic This book was 120 pages too long