Move Under Ground by Nick Mamatas. Jack Kerouac, Bill Burroughs and Neal Cassady versus Cthulhu, it's the Beats against the Elder Gods.
Brilliant writing that evokes Kerouac's On The Road and a very good plot have made this book immensely enjoyable.
Few know that the face on the famous death mask of Tutankhamen is not his at all. This book reveals an historical mystery which overturns Ancient
Egyptian chronology, and also provides evidence that the Parting of the Red Sea and Plagues of Egypt in the Bible are accounts of actual events
I am reading Raymond Chandler's "The Simple Art of Murder." I think CHandler may have been the greatest myster/noir/hard boiled writer ever. He had
wit, humor, action, and just the right amount of badassitude in his writing.
I'm thinking of making a leap in to diesel and steam punk. I just don't know where to start.
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