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BOOK REVIEW: GOODBYE HORSES by Paul Brad Logan

A bumbling, small town sheriff and his naive deputy try to make their town crime free for one year. This goal leads them into many shenanigans, ranging from absurdly funny, to dark and bloody (and sometimes darkly funny while absurdly bloody).

This dark comedy starts out rather slow, and I would dare say the set up dragged considerably, but it leads to such an interesting shift in tone (but also, not really?) and some really unexpected character arcs that made this a very enjoyable read overall. We spend plenty of time getting to know Sheriff Junior Miles, and his deputy Bubba, as they try to keep crime under control in their struggling town. It feels a bit directionless to begin with, but the scenarios were odd and funny so I was unbothered, but you're mileage could very considerably. Events pick up and find focus after Sheriff Miles experiences a personal tragedy that leads him to declare his desire for a crime free year in his town. The absurdity remains, but a mean streak sta…

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