One part serotonin, two parts adrenaline with a dash of grenadine served over ice, Fistful of Reefer is a double-fisted, dieselpunk weird-Western residing between No Country for Old Men and The Three Amigos.
Ah, nothing smells like an Amazon Blitz in the morning… or afternoon… or evening. The time has come once again for the rowdy fans of the Green Porch (and yours truly) to rattle some digital cages over at the Kindle store.
If you’ve been patiently awaiting your chance to sink your teeth into the latest installments of the Lost DMB Files (formerly known as Reeferpunk. I know, I know. What was I thinking?) The time is now. So spread the word, click buy! and hunker down for a read.
For more on what the Lost DMB Files are click this.
***Twitch and Die! is the new novel. And the short, McCutchen’s Bones, is included with Twitch and Die! as a bonus.
All known Lost DMB Files
Here is the chronoligical order of all the currently known lost files. Click on their names to jump to the Kindle store.
- Reefer Ranger (Lost DMB Files #9)
- Del Rio Con Amor (Lost DMB Files #14)
- Fistful of Reefer (Lost DMB Files #17)
- The Austin Job (Lost DMB Files #18)
- Hell’s Womb (Lost DMB Files #22)
- Get Doc Quick (Lost DMB Files #24)
- McCutchen’s Bones (Lost DMB Files #25)
- Twitch and Die! (Lost DMB Files #26)
- Paraplegic Zombie Slayer (Lost DMB Files #35)
- The Fourth Horseman (Lost DMB Files #43)
Today we here at the Green Porch are honored to have Professor Jim Buckner introducing himself and the work he has been doing to procure and edit the Lost DMB Files. Leading exploratory geologist and adventurer, I’ll let him speak for himself!
Why the Lost DMB Files matter
Recently many good meaning folk have asked me why. Why risk my life and my reputation over some dusty old stories? Thanks for asking.
March 13th, 2000 my father led the last previously known expedition into the heart of the Arabian Oil Zone (AOZ). Two weeks later I emerged as the only survivor. I was twelve. Something happened to me in the desert, something I still don’t totally understand. Upon my daughter’s diagnosis with de novo syndrome, a hereditary disorder, I made it my life’s goal to uncover the mysteries of my lost past.
Who or what resides within the AOZ? Is the twitch retrovirus directly linked to the drilling and/or refining of petroleum? Or is it connected with some secondary or tertiary factor? Is de novo syndrome a natural evolution of the twitch, or a genetic manipulation made by human hands? Soon after accepting a teaching and research position at the University of Texicas, my quest took a surprising twist.
I received a copy of The Austin Job on the same day my daughter was kidnapped. But I’ll spare you the details of that story here, one you can read about in my book, De Novo Syndrome. For now, it will suffice to say I discovered a personal usefulness within the Lost DMB Files to help me along my life long quest.