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Booklist review of The Hawkline Monster
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Richard Brautigan | The Hawkline Monster


With just the right blend of cowpoke humor and touches of the macabre, Brautigan hilariously spoofs the traditional Western as well as the classic horror tale. Involved are two damsels in distress who engage a couple of young hired killers to rid their lives of a malevolent spirit, the Hawkline Monster.


The Booklist
September 15, 1974: 70


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