Tag Archives: Mario Acevedo

Cap and Ball

This last Sunday I was in Denver and my friend Mario offered to take me shooting. He was too kind to say this, but I think he’d read some of my stories with cap and ball pistols in them (THE … Continue reading

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City of the Saints in the Humble Bundle!

The year is 1859. US Army agent Sam Clemens rides west in his amphibious steam-truck, the Jim Smiley. His mission is to get the unruly Kingdom of Deseret, with its air-ships and its rumored phlogiston guns, into the looming conflict … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: The Nymphos of Rocky Flats

The Nymphos of Rocky Flats is the only vampire novel ever de-classified by the Department of Energy. In looking at the Amazon reviews as I write this, I see a few complaints about the title. I’m not sure why — the … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Rescue from Planet Pleasure

Felix Gomez is ex-military, a hard-nosed PI who operates on the borderlands between the natural and supernatural worlds, among Anglo and Mexican and Native American traditions, and sometimes between different planets. And he’s a vampire. Felix’s friend Carmen is being … Continue reading

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