Lost Echoes

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Lost Echoes
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limited edition by Subterranean Press
Author Joe R. Lansdale
Cover artist J.K. Potter
Country United States
Language English
Genre Novel
Publisher Subterranean Press, Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
Publication date
2007
Media type Print Hardcover, Trade Paperback
Pages 330
ISBN 978-0-307-27544-8
Preceded by Sunset and Sawdust (2004)
Followed by Leather Maiden (2008)

Lost Echoes is a 2007 crime/mystery novel by American author Joe R. Lansdale. It was first printed as a limited edition and trade hardcover by Subterranean Press. It was later reissued as a trade paperback by Vintage Crime/Black Lizard publications.[1] The Subterranean editions have long since sold out.[2]

Plot summary[edit]

Since a mysterious childhood illness Harry Wilkes has experienced horrific visions of gruesome murders and other horrible scenes. In college Harry turns to alcohol to suppress the visions and deal with the enormous stress that comes with it. One night at a bar he witnesses a fellow drunk easily fending off three would–be muggers. The man, whose name is Tad, turns out to be a student and expert of the martial arts. Harry strikes up a friendship with Tad who later becomes his sensei and teaches him to master his unusual gift. Soon a woman Harry had a crush on in his childhood comes asking him to help solve her father's murder. Unsure of how this will affect him, Harry and Tad find themselves involved in a horrible crime and murder. The question is will Harry's ability help him cope with the situation or contribute to his downfall.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Random House, Vintage Crime/Black Lizard. "Joe R. Lansdale paperbacks". Retrieved 24 August 2013. 
  2. ^ Lost Echoes. "Lost Echoes information". Subterranean Press/Joe R. Lansdale. Retrieved 24 August 2013. 
  3. ^ Lost Echoes review, Joe R. Lansdale. "Lost Echoes". Subterranean Press. Retrieved 24 August 2013. 
  4. ^ Crider, Bill. "Lost Echoes". website. Retrieved 24 August 2013. 

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