Hammers on Bone by Cassandra Khaw
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I think I can read this kind of fiction forever. Like, literally 78 million years in the future, as an immortal intellectual bug, I will be reading this fiction.
To me, Lovecraftian horror is tops. Add a very solid Noir to it, a big of crunching bone and eyes everywhere, a case to solve, and I'm in heaven. Or some outer dimensional equivalent made of ice and regret and nostalgia.
Hardbitten PI meets tentacled horrors. Of course, he is one, too. :)
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