Once they were heroes of the Great War. Now they’re derelicts on the cold streets of Denver, forgotten souls in a country ravaged by the Great Depression.
Word’s out on the street: President Roosevelt’s Works Progress Adminstration is hiring for a project somewhere in the Rocky Mountains. The bums come from miles around, looking for a job.
They think they’ll be digging ditches and paving roads…until they’re handed rifles.
Now they’re a part of a secret war that has gone on for generations. Now they’re the BIGFOOT DEATH SQUAD.
In this and eight other astonishing tales of the so-called ordinary world, EDDIE MULNIX transports the reader to a world as strange as it is familiar—an unsettling landscape of ghostly occurences, speed-dealing superheroes, strip-club stickups, and more.
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Eddie Mulnix was born in the American Southwest in a crime-ridden border town that will remain unnamed at this time. He enjoys Cabernet Franc, a strange fact that startles all who know him and which will remain the greatest mystery for future biographers to unravel. Why Cab Franc? Why not Petit Verdot?
He lives in Los Angeles and has problems.
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