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Product details

  • Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Michael O'Mara; Reprint edition (2 Jun. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1843175789
  • ISBN-13: 978-1843175780
  • Product Dimensions: 19.6 x 13 x 3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 240,926 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Anonymous is the author of The Book With No Name, The Eye of the Moon, The Devil's Graveyard, The Book of Death, Sanchez: A Christmas Carol, The Red Mohawk and The Plot To Kill the Pope. His books are published in over 30 countries and are bestsellers in France, Germany, Spain, Poland and Indonesia.

A Red Mohawk screen adaptation is in development produced by Tobey Maguire and Alexandra Milchan -

http://variety.com/2014/film/news/tobey-maguire-alexandra-milchan-producing-serial-killer-drama-red-mohawk-1201150710/

The Red Mohawk was released in France and Germany under the title Psycho Killer. The UK edition came out in May 2015.

The author can be found on Facebook and Twitter as Bourbon Kid.

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A very dark, funny and murderous story - think Tarantino meets X Factor (Fresh Direction Magazine)

If you like twisted horror with a bit of light humour mixed in, then this is for you (Staffordshire Life)

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Sanchez's Homebrew on 26 July 2010
Format: Paperback
Anyone like me, who loved the previous 2 Bourbon Kid adventures will not be disappointed with this superb 3rd installment. While it doesn't perhaps have the depth of storyline as my personal fave the Eye of the Moon, this one is by far the funniest and most violent of the three. There are too many belly laugh moments to recall - i'm just glad i read it in the comfort of my own home rather than in public! For those who have read it, i have 2 words - Janis Joplin. I need say no more...!

This time around see's the Bourbon Kid and old characters such as Sanchez (complete with his legendary "homebrew") Elvis, and the Mystic Lady, heading to the Hotel Pasadena for the Back from the Dead singing competition. With many new characters thrown in for good measure (Jacko, Judy Garland, Freddie Mercury etc), it's a bloodbath waiting to happen. I'm pleased to say that the 'Kid has lost none of his edge from the previous 2 books, and remains the coolest dude on the planet.

I have no idea who this particular Anonymous is, but he is in my opinion one of the most exciting new writers around, and i sure hope he sticks around for a long time to come.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Film Buff VINE VOICE on 8 Nov. 2010
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The back from the dead singing contest is held in a remote part of the desert at the hotel Pasadena. The competitors compete by impersonating dead singing stars. But someone is killing them off, and unknown to the competitors another deadly killer lurks waiting to pounce, flesh eating zombies. From the first page this book is an excellent read. The characters are believable, Sanchez and Elvis bounce off each other with superb repartee, reminiscent of such great characters like Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, Del Boy and Rodney and Hugh Laurie and Steven Fry. The choice of names for the characters is really good. I particularly like the Bourbon Kid, it reminds me of the biscuit but not as sweet. The chapters are short, concentrating on one characters storyline at a time. The book moves along at a fast pace until it reaches it's final conclusion, which you will either love or hate. I personally found it agreeable as it tied all the loose ends up but one leaving room for a possible follow up. The book is part of a series but there is no need to read the preceding novels. If anything is mentioned from an earlier book it is tied in to the present storyline.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S Taylor on 5 Aug. 2010
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There's not a lot else to add that the other reviewers haven't said, but to agree that's a fantastic frenetic book! It's been well worth the wait for the third instalment of the Bourbon Kid and the carnage which follows usually at his own creation. And there's a lot that follows. The plot keeps moving at a lightning pace, the pages almost turning themselves, with some unexpected twists and turns to the tale.

Familiar old names from the first two books make a return, with the addition of some other famous names, as the talent show in The Devil's Graveyard commences. It could be read standalone if you haven't read the other two books in the series before you pick this one up.

As the anonymous author progresses through the series you can see the evolution of his writing, getting stronger still, with some nice references to Beth (from Eye of the Moon) which are a break from the relentless though usually amusing bloodshed. There are two stand out moments for me - the demise of the odious banker: an all too short, but a well deserved, come-uppance.
However the star of the show and book has to be Janis Joplin. That's a piece of inspired genius...you can only admire the kind of imagination that came up with it!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By AyJay TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 Oct. 2010
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Out in the Arizona desert is a area called The Devils Graveyard. This is the site of the huge Hotel Pasadena, where TV talent show 'Back From The Dead' is filmed each year. Unluckily for all of the hopeful contestants the chief judge - Nigel Powell - has rigged the contest and already chosen the five acts he wants for the grand final.

But - even more unluckily - someone has hired a ruthless hitman to kill off the finalists and in case that wasn't quite enough the infamous serial killer known as the Bourbon Kid has also decided to stop by the hotel...

Oh yeah; The night that the talent show takes pace is Halloween and Nigel has sold his soul to the devil AND there are flesh hungry zombies awakening around the hotel.

I received this book free from Amazon's Vine programme and - reading the back blurb - realised that this book features characters from earlier books from the author. This and the fact that the books chosen critical recommendation on the front is by the Daily Sport put me of reading it straight away, so it sat on my bookcase for a few weeks ignored and unloved.

This was a huge mistake as when I did pick it up the story dragged me in literally from the first page - it opens on a high speed chase between the police and the Kid and the pace never slows down again.

THE DEVIL'S GRAVEYARD is not any one set genre. Instead we spin back and forth between crime, urban fantasy, critical satire, to tears at one point. All of this is served with a huge dose of humour; One of my favourite parts is when someone witnesses the Kid commit murder and he still happily hitches a ride with him and offers to sing 'Earth Song' for him in the car...
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