One for Hell

One for Hell One for HellWhen Willa Ree emerges from the boxcar he is broke and ready for a fresh start And Breton looks to be a town full of fresh suckers Ben Halliday is not one of those suckers or so he think

  • Title: One for Hell
  • Author: Jada M. Davis
  • ISBN: 9781933586304
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • One for HellWhen Willa Ree emerges from the boxcar, he is broke and ready for a fresh start And Breton looks to be a town full of fresh suckers Ben Halliday is not one of those suckers, or so he thinks One of the town leaders, he needs a new cop with adjustable morals Ree is the perfect fit Unfortunately, Ree is even less subtle than Halliday had hoped Because Ree haOne for HellWhen Willa Ree emerges from the boxcar, he is broke and ready for a fresh start And Breton looks to be a town full of fresh suckers Ben Halliday is not one of those suckers, or so he thinks One of the town leaders, he needs a new cop with adjustable morals Ree is the perfect fit Unfortunately, Ree is even less subtle than Halliday had hoped Because Ree has plans of his own Now that he s a cop, he intends to steal every dollar he can lay his hands on, and seduce any woman he wants This Texas oil town is ripe for the picking on all accounts It s Willa Ree s town now, and nothing that Halliday or anyone can do will stop him.

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    • One For Hell by Jada M. Davis was published in 1952 and tells the story corruption and of Willa Ree, yes, Willa. At first, Willa appears to be a train riding vagrant, but as the story develops, the reader learns he is much more than that. Ree slips into the town of Breton, where almost all people through the local government seem to be taking pay offs and are as corrupt as any can be. Ree soon starts acting as the main puppet master to entrench himself as the local kingmaker and the story goes f [...]


    • PulpFast paced, bloody, sexy, in its time, this is classic fifties hard boiled , Texas noir. Tough corrupt cops, sexy dames.e whole thing. Read it.


    • It's weird how, after so many years of reading paperback original noirs from the '50's, I'll still occasionally stumble across something I had no previous knowledge of. It's even weirder when it turns out to be something as remarkable as ONE FOR HELL, by Jada M. Davis.How this one stayed under my radar for so long, I couldn't tell you. The only real review/synopsis I've found of it on line came from James Reasoner's blog, a couple-three years ago, when Stark House first re-issued it. But I can t [...]


    • I loved this. A West Texas boomtown noir, it's like Sinclair Lewis by way of Jim Thompson. Atmospheric and visceral, still shocking after all these years. Too bad Davis only published one other book!



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