Southern Pulp Fiction – Tijuana Donkey Showdown by Adam Howe @Adam_G_Howe

Tijuana Donkey Showdown by Adam Howe is one raunchy, ridiculously hilarious ride.

I mean, look at the cover for a hint of what’s inside. I don’t believe your imagination can get you there. LOL

Tijuana Donkey ShowdownAmazon  /  Goodreads

MY REVIEW

Adam Howe’s writing is so over the top, backwoods swamp honky tonk, upchucking, hilariously, side splitting funny, I am almost embarassed to say that I LOVE IT!

I am happy to be back with Reggie in the shithole strip club he bounces at. His life is one bad thing after another and I laugh my way through each adventure.

I don’t know how to describe this raunchy, uncouth, crude, twisted story, but, maybe, Southern pulp fiction is a start. Adam Howe’s imagination is so far out there, I wonder what he’s taking, and I’ll have some please! LOL

The donkey…OMG…the donkey…

As I read his notes about his research, I can only imagine what someone would think if they looked at his browser history.

I love how he makes fun about Nicholas Cage. I love Nic and some of the weird twisted movies he plays in. What’s even funnier, right after I finished reading this, I ended up watching Ghost Rider, a Nicholas Cage movie that, well, you have to see it to ‘believe’ it.

There is a bonus story – Clean Up On Aisle 3 – This is one robbery where the owner has a surprise that you will never see coming…and never want to.

I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Tijuana Donkey Showdown by Adam Howe.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos  5 Stars

GOODREADS BLURB

Reggie Levine, ex-boxer turned bouncer, and hapless hero, has barely recovered from his ordeal in Damn Dirty Apes, when he is called back to action. Recruited to a retrieve a Chinese crested terrier from a fleapit roadside zoo, where the ugly effing showdog has been mistaken for the chupacabra, Reggie finds himself embroiled in a deadly criminal conspiracy involving neo-Nazi drug smugglers, a seedy used-car salesman, a wannabe serial killer, an ornery Vietnam veteran, a badass veterinarian, a freakishly endowed adult entertainment donkey named Enrique, and in an explosive cameo, an Academy Award winning Hollywood icon.

From Adam Howe, writer of Die Dog or Eat the Hatchet, Black Cat Mojo, and the winner of Stephen King’s On Writing contest, comes another slice of pulp Southern crime, 80s action, pop Americana, and pitch-black comedy.

ABOUT ADAM HOWE

Adam HoweAdam Howe writes the twisted fiction your mother warned you about. A British writer of fiction and screenplays, he lives in London with his partner, their daughter, and a hellhound named Gino. Writing as Garrett Addams, his short story Jumper was chosen by Stephen King as the winner of the international On Writing contest, and published in the paperback/Kindle editions of King’s memoir. His fiction has appeared in places like Nightmare Magazine, Thuglit, Mythic Delirium, and Year’s Best Hardcore Horror Volume 1. He is the author of Tijuana Donkey Showdown, and two novella collections, Die Dog or Eat the Hatchet, and Black Cat Mojo. In the pipeline: the occult thriller Scapegoat, co-written with James Newman, a horror/crime collaboration with Adam Cesare, and 80s action throwback, One Tough Bastard.

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12 thoughts on “Southern Pulp Fiction – Tijuana Donkey Showdown by Adam Howe @Adam_G_Howe

    • SO much fun. Every time I get one of his books, I just know I will have to read it start to finish, especially if it’s a Reggie story. I think Trouble is his middle name. 🙂

  1. I knew that one day it would catch up with me! In late summer 1967 I was a teenaged Marine stationed at Camp Pendleton, CA, undergoing final combat training before they shipped us across the big pond for an all-expenses-paid thirteen month vacation to the tropical paradise called Vietnam. During my (our) time at Pendleton, we managed three (?) trips across the border to quaint, lovely Mexican village of Tijuana. As Marines are wont to do, we over-imbibed of the alcoholic offerings from the bar senoritas. Luckily, a lot of those memories didn’t register (or, my feeble brain blocked them). I do, however, remember a certain donkey show, of sorts. Ah, the memories! 🙂
    –Michael

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