JOYLAND comes to ebook

On May 27, Hard Case Crime will publish the book for the first time in the classic rack-sized “mass-market” paperback format typical of pulp crime novels in the 1940s and 50s. The company will also release the novel for the first time in an e-book edition, in April 2014.

1 comment:

  1. This was a great book to read on our recent beach vacation, not too long, paperback, and a page turner. In addition to the story, I loved the NC connection (where we live) and the memories it brought back of going to coastal amusement parks as a child. It's not a horror book like some other SK books, though it does have some creepy elements. Looking forward to his next book!