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Cecil McGee and Turner "Bubba" Teague are two slacker good old boys who rent a double-wide trailer in Azle, Texas. One night at their favorite watering hole, the boys accidentally run over the dog of Rosalita, a local gypsy with a fiery temper. She curses them on the spot. "You shall be plagued by the strange and evil until the end of your days!" Soon after that, the boys were menaced first by a sultry demon and then next by a terror not of this earth.

Redneck Curse collects the tales "Cecil & Bubba meet a Succubus" and "Cecil & Bubba meet the Thang". Also included is a bonus preview of "Southern-Fried Hex", a massive Cecil & Bubba collection that is currently under construction. Redneck Curse is a perfect horror/comedy starter kit for those who like Southern seasonings on their terror!

©2015 Terry M. West (P)2015 Terry M. West

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  • Spooky Mike
  • 03-03-20

Fun Collection of Cecil and Bubba

Redneck Curse is a fun collection of Cecil and Bubba tales. My favorite one was Cecil and Bubba Meet the Thang, alghough Cecil & Bubba meet a Succubus is great as it provides the back story for their curse. I liked the preview of Southern Fried Hex and how it provided us with how Cecil and Bubba met. I look forward to more Cecil and Bubba. I enjoy when horror authors don't take themselves so seriously and can incorporate comedy into their work. I believe that is an art that few are successful at. Terry does a great job melding the two genres and has created two exceptional characters that I enjoy their antics while they try to navigate through life. Gene Blake did a great job narrating. I think he provided the voices needed for each character and really put me into the story. He put a lot of energy into his narration and I think that is what helped me to really enjoy the story. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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