Death Freaks on Hell's Highway by Carl John Lee
Roy Cobb is transporting his sick wife across state lines when they stop to pick up a hitchhiker. Carter Parx is his name, and he’s been killing all
his life. He does it for fun.
But Roy is no stranger to death. And when Carter takes a shine to Roy’s wife, the stage is set for the most outrageous carnage the Mojave desert
has ever seen.
From the author of Psychic Teenage Bloodbath, Death Freaks on Hell’s Highway is Carl John Lee’s most unhinged story yet. Twisted, depraved,
and utterly sadistic, you’d better buckle up...
For a one way trip straight to hell!
Non stop unrepentant violence.
If you've read anything by Carl John Lee before you know exactly what kind of hilarious depravity to expect here as his characters tear across the desert. A serial killer who thinks he's a cowboy and a Vietnam vet who never really came back from the war and the psychotic woman who inspires them both. I had a lot of fun with this and Uncle Carl's expertise as a screenwriter shine through as this book played in my head like a trashy fun movie, even providing soundtracks in the story. I hope to see more of his stuff on Godless.