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May 14, 2018

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Eric

Cool. Fury from the Tomb sounds like an interesting book. Steven seems to have some good insights. Also love some of the old references!

Steve

Glad you dug the Q&A, Eric! Steven is indeed a sharp dude who just happens to share my (and sounds like *our*) love for a certain variety of spicy pop culture cheese.

Steve

And, yes, to cut myself a little slack: I'm not mixing metaphors there because cheese *can* be spicy!

Bryan Steelman

Ordered it from Amazon. Will probably save it to read at Halloween this year. I still need a Christmas book. Any suggestions? Yes, I've read 'Naughty'

Steve

Thanks for giving "Fury From the Tomb" a shot, Bryan -- I think you'll dig it! Halloween sounds like the perfect time of year to read it, too. I'm kind of stumped on Christmas books to recommend, though. I'm sure I've read a few, but none are coming to mind other than classics like "A Christmas Carol" (which I like a lot) and "Little Women" (which I *think* I read and liked years and years ago). Anyone else got a suggestion?

Jon

Steve, you had a blurb for The Fat Man: A Tale of North Pole Noir by Ken Harmon. I'm surprised you didn't mention that one. I enjoyed it.

Steve

You're right, Jon -- I probably should've given Ken Harmon (the author of The Fat Man) the More Talk, Less Hock treatment. The Fat Man is a really fun book, and Ken's follow-up novels (https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=dp_byline_sr_ebooks_1?ie=UTF8&text=Ken+Harmon&search-alias=digital-text&field-author=Ken+Harmon&sort=relevancerank) look like a hoot, too.

Bryan Steelman

I told my daughter about it, and she ordered it for me for Father's Day. Much obliged.

Steve

Thanks to you and your daughter for helping get Steven's new series off to a good start! Hope you dig it!

Bryan Steelman

Actually, one daughter gave me Fury from the Tomb and another gave me The Fat Man, so now I have Halloween and Christmas covered. Cheers

Steve

Nice to hear your kids know how to take care of their old man. You raised 'em right!

Ken

Thank you for the kind words. Steve is a prince.

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