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Henry Joseph

Henry Joseph wrote six picaresque novels (pi.ca.resque--adj: relating to the adventures of rogues) between 1992 and 1999. The first, 'Bloodwork: The New Rugged Cross', was published in hard cover in the U.S.A. and was broadly acclaimed by critics and fellow writers alike. ." . . the most powerful first novel I've read in years. It's wonderful," said James Crumley, author of 'The Mexican Tree Duck and Border Snakes', to whom Henry has been favorably compared. ." . . sheer storytelling brio,"...See more