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by Donald Ray Pollock
Pollock rockets the reader into a highly particular time and place. He never wastes our time circling about the airfield looking for a spot to touch down. We’re immediately there, in the thick of it. Pinned right where Pollock wants us.
Without ever verging into the supernatural, Pollock's brand of homespun grotesquerie achieves moments of genuinely satanic power.