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Review of ‘Nitro Mountain’

When asked about their ethnicity, people in Appalachia are the most likely to reply that they are Americans. So perhaps it is fitting that American noir writing seems to have relocated to Appalachia. Think of Cormac McCarthy's Suttree and the derivative writings of Chris Offutt. But little feels derivative about Lee Clay Johnson's debut, Nitro…

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