Cowboy Noir For The Cartel Era


“If Chandler’s noir was a neon sign in the LA sunset, Nesbitt’s noir is the Shiner Bock sign buzzing outside the last honky-tonk you’ll hit before the long drive to the next one. On the way you’ll pass towns with names like Crumley and Portis. Roll down the window; it’s a hot night. It’s a fast ride.”
– James Lileks, author of The Casablanca Tango, columnist for the National Review and Star Tribune of Minneapolis, creator of or


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