Of Mice and Minestrone : Hap and Leonard: The Early Years
"An absolute treasure trove."--Ace Atkins, author of The Shameless
"Of Mice and Minestrone is classic Lansdale at his legendary best.... Compelling. Hilarious. Poignant"--NY Journal of Books
Today's Special: Justice, East Texan-Style
Hap Collins looks like a good ol' boy. But even in his misspent youth, his best pal is Leonard Pine, who is black, gay, and the ultimate outsider. Inseparable friends, Hap and Leonard climb into the boxing ring, visit their families, get in bar fights, and just go fishing--all the while confronting racists, righting wrongs, and eating a whole lot of delicious food.
So pull up a seat and sit a spell. Master storyteller Joe R. Lansdale--along with Kasey Lansdale's down-home recipes and Kathleen Kent's introduction--has cooked up a new passel of tales for you about the unlikeliest duo East Texas has to offer, created by his own self.
About the Hap and Leonard short story series
Hap and Leonard
Hap and Leonard: Blood and Lemonade
The Big Book of Hap and Leonard (digital only)
Lansdale's duo made their screen debuts in the three season Hap and Leonard television series, starring Michael K. Williams (The Wire), James Purefoy (The Following), and Christina Hendricks (Mad Men).
- 132 x 170 x 13mm | 113g
- 22 Sep 2020
- BRILLIANCE AUDIO
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