Jackrabbit Smile

Jackrabbit Smile

Meet Hap and Leonard, the unlikely detective duo now on screen in the highly praised series starring James Purefoy, Michael K. Williams and Christina Hendricks. 'Reading Joe R. Lansdale is like listening to a favorite uncle who just happens to be a fabulous storyteller' Dean KoontzHap and Leonard are an unlikely pair - Hap, a self-proclaimed white trash rebel, and Leonard Meet Hap and Leonard, the unlikely detective duo now on screen in the highly praised series starring James Purefoy, Mic...

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Title:Jackrabbit Smile
Author:Joe R. Lansdale
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:B0723HDLY5
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:256 pages pages

Jackrabbit Smile Reviews

  • Andrew
    Apr 05, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

    Crude, crass, and unsophisticated: that's what I think about this book. It was my first Hap and Leonard book. The good things: At times it was mildly entertaining. It's quick and easy to read. And I like mysteries. Even so, I don't think I'll read anymore Hap and Leonard mystery novels...

    Another rollicking good ride with Hap and Leonard as the boys are hired to find a 20-something woman nicknamed "Jackrabbit". Along the way they encounter a bizarre preacher.....who talks about an even more bizarre preacher that he replaced, loads of racists, someone who calls himself P...

    ?Is this about Jackie or is it about black and white relations, and exactly why have we become the target for an ass whipping when we?re merely asking about a missing lady who turns out to be good at math and is a little kooky?? Well, that about sums up the plot to this here t...

    A good solid story, lots of twists and turns. Hap and Leonard have lots of run ins with bad folks while trying to find a young woman who's gone missing. The ending was definitely a surprise. I'm always a bit loath to give 3 stars, but that means I liked it - better than average. Ce...

    Volevo far durare la lettura un po' di pił, ma quando prendi in mano un romanzo di Hap & Leonard le pagine scorrono fra le dita come granelli di sabbia. Lansdale scrive con la solita ironia una storia di ordinario razzismo e miseria, scossa da calci in faccia intervallati a piombo...

    Five-star fun but also some hogs eat a bad guy so... ...

    This was my first book to read in the Hap and Leonard series and I enjoyed it very much. If I run across any others, I'll probably read them too. ...

    Joe Lansdale's Hap & Leonard's adventures tend to involve nasty, petty people doing nasty, petty things. They don't get caught up with master criminals and twisty, complicated plots. So, with this book, the eleventh novel in the series, the enjoyment for me comes mostly from spendi...

  • Dan Schwent
    Mar 27, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

  • Tony
    Sep 02, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

  • Bruce
    Apr 25, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

    Crude, crass, and unsophisticated: that's what I think about this book. It was my first Hap and Leonard book. The good things: At times it was mildly entertaining. It's quick and easy to read. And I like mysteries. Even so, I don't think I'll read anymore Hap and Leonard mystery novels...

    Another rollicking good ride with Hap and Leonard as the boys are hired to find a 20-something woman nicknamed "Jackrabbit". Along the way they encounter a bizarre preacher.....who talks about an even more bizarre preacher that he replaced, loads of racists, someone who calls himself P...

    ?Is this about Jackie or is it about black and white relations, and exactly why have we become the target for an ass whipping when we?re merely asking about a missing lady who turns out to be good at math and is a little kooky?? Well, that about sums up the plot to this here t...

    A good solid story, lots of twists and turns. Hap and Leonard have lots of run ins with bad folks while trying to find a young woman who's gone missing. The ending was definitely a surprise. I'm always a bit loath to give 3 stars, but that means I liked it - better than average. Ce...

  • Michelle
    Jul 04, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

    Crude, crass, and unsophisticated: that's what I think about this book. It was my first Hap and Leonard book. The good things: At times it was mildly entertaining. It's quick and easy to read. And I like mysteries. Even so, I don't think I'll read anymore Hap and Leonard mystery novels...

    Another rollicking good ride with Hap and Leonard as the boys are hired to find a 20-something woman nicknamed "Jackrabbit". Along the way they encounter a bizarre preacher.....who talks about an even more bizarre preacher that he replaced, loads of racists, someone who calls himself P...

    ?Is this about Jackie or is it about black and white relations, and exactly why have we become the target for an ass whipping when we?re merely asking about a missing lady who turns out to be good at math and is a little kooky?? Well, that about sums up the plot to this here t...

    A good solid story, lots of twists and turns. Hap and Leonard have lots of run ins with bad folks while trying to find a young woman who's gone missing. The ending was definitely a surprise. I'm always a bit loath to give 3 stars, but that means I liked it - better than average. Ce...

    Volevo far durare la lettura un po' di pił, ma quando prendi in mano un romanzo di Hap & Leonard le pagine scorrono fra le dita come granelli di sabbia. Lansdale scrive con la solita ironia una storia di ordinario razzismo e miseria, scossa da calci in faccia intervallati a piombo...

    Five-star fun but also some hogs eat a bad guy so... ...

    This was my first book to read in the Hap and Leonard series and I enjoyed it very much. If I run across any others, I'll probably read them too. ...

    Joe Lansdale's Hap & Leonard's adventures tend to involve nasty, petty people doing nasty, petty things. They don't get caught up with master criminals and twisty, complicated plots. So, with this book, the eleventh novel in the series, the enjoyment for me comes mostly from spendi...

    Lansdale is one of my favorite authors and this Hap and Leonard tale didn?t disappoint. Full of social justice promoting talk, asskicking and the snappy one-liners I always look forward to, this mystery involved some new characters along with all of my favorites. Don?t want to ruin...

  • Nick
    Mar 29, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

  • Trish
    Aug 25, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

  • Donald
    Apr 07, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

    Crude, crass, and unsophisticated: that's what I think about this book. It was my first Hap and Leonard book. The good things: At times it was mildly entertaining. It's quick and easy to read. And I like mysteries. Even so, I don't think I'll read anymore Hap and Leonard mystery novels...

    Another rollicking good ride with Hap and Leonard as the boys are hired to find a 20-something woman nicknamed "Jackrabbit". Along the way they encounter a bizarre preacher.....who talks about an even more bizarre preacher that he replaced, loads of racists, someone who calls himself P...

    ?Is this about Jackie or is it about black and white relations, and exactly why have we become the target for an ass whipping when we?re merely asking about a missing lady who turns out to be good at math and is a little kooky?? Well, that about sums up the plot to this here t...

  • Karl
    Feb 13, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

  • Mike
    Jun 11, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

  • Viccy
    Jul 30, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

  • Marvin
    Apr 09, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

  • Craig Sisterson
    Jun 05, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

  • Craig Pittman
    Apr 07, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

    Crude, crass, and unsophisticated: that's what I think about this book. It was my first Hap and Leonard book. The good things: At times it was mildly entertaining. It's quick and easy to read. And I like mysteries. Even so, I don't think I'll read anymore Hap and Leonard mystery novels...

    Another rollicking good ride with Hap and Leonard as the boys are hired to find a 20-something woman nicknamed "Jackrabbit". Along the way they encounter a bizarre preacher.....who talks about an even more bizarre preacher that he replaced, loads of racists, someone who calls himself P...

    ?Is this about Jackie or is it about black and white relations, and exactly why have we become the target for an ass whipping when we?re merely asking about a missing lady who turns out to be good at math and is a little kooky?? Well, that about sums up the plot to this here t...

    A good solid story, lots of twists and turns. Hap and Leonard have lots of run ins with bad folks while trying to find a young woman who's gone missing. The ending was definitely a surprise. I'm always a bit loath to give 3 stars, but that means I liked it - better than average. Ce...

    Volevo far durare la lettura un po' di pił, ma quando prendi in mano un romanzo di Hap & Leonard le pagine scorrono fra le dita come granelli di sabbia. Lansdale scrive con la solita ironia una storia di ordinario razzismo e miseria, scossa da calci in faccia intervallati a piombo...

    Five-star fun but also some hogs eat a bad guy so... ...

    This was my first book to read in the Hap and Leonard series and I enjoyed it very much. If I run across any others, I'll probably read them too. ...

    Joe Lansdale's Hap & Leonard's adventures tend to involve nasty, petty people doing nasty, petty things. They don't get caught up with master criminals and twisty, complicated plots. So, with this book, the eleventh novel in the series, the enjoyment for me comes mostly from spendi...

    Lansdale is one of my favorite authors and this Hap and Leonard tale didn?t disappoint. Full of social justice promoting talk, asskicking and the snappy one-liners I always look forward to, this mystery involved some new characters along with all of my favorites. Don?t want to ruin...

    You don't read Joe R. Lansdale's Hap & Leonard novels for the twisty plot or the brain-puzzling mysteries. You read it for the colorful trash talk, mostly between Hap and Leonard, best friends forever despite being complete opposites. Hap is a straight white trash liberal, Leonard ...

  • Gary Branson
    Apr 22, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

  • Lynn
    Apr 17, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

  • Nigel
    May 22, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

  • Lucy
    Sep 03, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

    Crude, crass, and unsophisticated: that's what I think about this book. It was my first Hap and Leonard book. The good things: At times it was mildly entertaining. It's quick and easy to read. And I like mysteries. Even so, I don't think I'll read anymore Hap and Leonard mystery novels...

    Another rollicking good ride with Hap and Leonard as the boys are hired to find a 20-something woman nicknamed "Jackrabbit". Along the way they encounter a bizarre preacher.....who talks about an even more bizarre preacher that he replaced, loads of racists, someone who calls himself P...

    ?Is this about Jackie or is it about black and white relations, and exactly why have we become the target for an ass whipping when we?re merely asking about a missing lady who turns out to be good at math and is a little kooky?? Well, that about sums up the plot to this here t...

    A good solid story, lots of twists and turns. Hap and Leonard have lots of run ins with bad folks while trying to find a young woman who's gone missing. The ending was definitely a surprise. I'm always a bit loath to give 3 stars, but that means I liked it - better than average. Ce...

    Volevo far durare la lettura un po' di pił, ma quando prendi in mano un romanzo di Hap & Leonard le pagine scorrono fra le dita come granelli di sabbia. Lansdale scrive con la solita ironia una storia di ordinario razzismo e miseria, scossa da calci in faccia intervallati a piombo...

    Five-star fun but also some hogs eat a bad guy so... ...

    This was my first book to read in the Hap and Leonard series and I enjoyed it very much. If I run across any others, I'll probably read them too. ...

  • Char
    Mar 25, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

  • Thekelburrows
    Aug 09, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

    Crude, crass, and unsophisticated: that's what I think about this book. It was my first Hap and Leonard book. The good things: At times it was mildly entertaining. It's quick and easy to read. And I like mysteries. Even so, I don't think I'll read anymore Hap and Leonard mystery novels...

    Another rollicking good ride with Hap and Leonard as the boys are hired to find a 20-something woman nicknamed "Jackrabbit". Along the way they encounter a bizarre preacher.....who talks about an even more bizarre preacher that he replaced, loads of racists, someone who calls himself P...

    ?Is this about Jackie or is it about black and white relations, and exactly why have we become the target for an ass whipping when we?re merely asking about a missing lady who turns out to be good at math and is a little kooky?? Well, that about sums up the plot to this here t...

    A good solid story, lots of twists and turns. Hap and Leonard have lots of run ins with bad folks while trying to find a young woman who's gone missing. The ending was definitely a surprise. I'm always a bit loath to give 3 stars, but that means I liked it - better than average. Ce...

    Volevo far durare la lettura un po' di pił, ma quando prendi in mano un romanzo di Hap & Leonard le pagine scorrono fra le dita come granelli di sabbia. Lansdale scrive con la solita ironia una storia di ordinario razzismo e miseria, scossa da calci in faccia intervallati a piombo...

    Five-star fun but also some hogs eat a bad guy so... ...

  • Ryan
    Sep 06, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

  • Robert James
    May 08, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

  • Cerisaye
    May 10, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

    Crude, crass, and unsophisticated: that's what I think about this book. It was my first Hap and Leonard book. The good things: At times it was mildly entertaining. It's quick and easy to read. And I like mysteries. Even so, I don't think I'll read anymore Hap and Leonard mystery novels...

    Another rollicking good ride with Hap and Leonard as the boys are hired to find a 20-something woman nicknamed "Jackrabbit". Along the way they encounter a bizarre preacher.....who talks about an even more bizarre preacher that he replaced, loads of racists, someone who calls himself P...

    ?Is this about Jackie or is it about black and white relations, and exactly why have we become the target for an ass whipping when we?re merely asking about a missing lady who turns out to be good at math and is a little kooky?? Well, that about sums up the plot to this here t...

    A good solid story, lots of twists and turns. Hap and Leonard have lots of run ins with bad folks while trying to find a young woman who's gone missing. The ending was definitely a surprise. I'm always a bit loath to give 3 stars, but that means I liked it - better than average. Ce...

    Volevo far durare la lettura un po' di pił, ma quando prendi in mano un romanzo di Hap & Leonard le pagine scorrono fra le dita come granelli di sabbia. Lansdale scrive con la solita ironia una storia di ordinario razzismo e miseria, scossa da calci in faccia intervallati a piombo...

    Five-star fun but also some hogs eat a bad guy so... ...

    This was my first book to read in the Hap and Leonard series and I enjoyed it very much. If I run across any others, I'll probably read them too. ...

    Joe Lansdale's Hap & Leonard's adventures tend to involve nasty, petty people doing nasty, petty things. They don't get caught up with master criminals and twisty, complicated plots. So, with this book, the eleventh novel in the series, the enjoyment for me comes mostly from spendi...

    Lansdale is one of my favorite authors and this Hap and Leonard tale didn?t disappoint. Full of social justice promoting talk, asskicking and the snappy one-liners I always look forward to, this mystery involved some new characters along with all of my favorites. Don?t want to ruin...

    You don't read Joe R. Lansdale's Hap & Leonard novels for the twisty plot or the brain-puzzling mysteries. You read it for the colorful trash talk, mostly between Hap and Leonard, best friends forever despite being complete opposites. Hap is a straight white trash liberal, Leonard ...

    Another outing for Hap & Leonard. Rinse and repeat pretty much but that's why these books have become my go-to comfort read, and in this outing Hap revisits his home town, Marvel Creek. I am queasy about the joy the boys display when commiting acts of violence and retribution. Hap ...

  • Baldurian
    Sep 27, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

    Crude, crass, and unsophisticated: that's what I think about this book. It was my first Hap and Leonard book. The good things: At times it was mildly entertaining. It's quick and easy to read. And I like mysteries. Even so, I don't think I'll read anymore Hap and Leonard mystery novels...

    Another rollicking good ride with Hap and Leonard as the boys are hired to find a 20-something woman nicknamed "Jackrabbit". Along the way they encounter a bizarre preacher.....who talks about an even more bizarre preacher that he replaced, loads of racists, someone who calls himself P...

    ?Is this about Jackie or is it about black and white relations, and exactly why have we become the target for an ass whipping when we?re merely asking about a missing lady who turns out to be good at math and is a little kooky?? Well, that about sums up the plot to this here t...

    A good solid story, lots of twists and turns. Hap and Leonard have lots of run ins with bad folks while trying to find a young woman who's gone missing. The ending was definitely a surprise. I'm always a bit loath to give 3 stars, but that means I liked it - better than average. Ce...

    Volevo far durare la lettura un po' di pił, ma quando prendi in mano un romanzo di Hap & Leonard le pagine scorrono fra le dita come granelli di sabbia. Lansdale scrive con la solita ironia una storia di ordinario razzismo e miseria, scossa da calci in faccia intervallati a piombo...

  • Jette Harris
    Apr 01, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

  • Ronald Koltnow
    Jan 25, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

  • Ian Cockerill
    Apr 13, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

  • Tiger
    Apr 16, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

    Crude, crass, and unsophisticated: that's what I think about this book. It was my first Hap and Leonard book. The good things: At times it was mildly entertaining. It's quick and easy to read. And I like mysteries. Even so, I don't think I'll read anymore Hap and Leonard mystery novels...

    Another rollicking good ride with Hap and Leonard as the boys are hired to find a 20-something woman nicknamed "Jackrabbit". Along the way they encounter a bizarre preacher.....who talks about an even more bizarre preacher that he replaced, loads of racists, someone who calls himself P...

  • Deb
    Sep 19, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...

    The Hal & Leonard series is full up with crazy male bravado and vulnerability, pressing hard on our moral, sexual, and racial understanding until we squeeze out a guffaw and decide to fall for these guys sitting on our faces. These two take on challenges others would let fall into ...

    To be published by Mulholland Books on 27 March 2018 One of the best Hap and Leonard yarns in years. Our intrepid duo are hired by white supremacists to find a young woman who has gone missing. Technically, she had left home years before, but there has been no trace of her for months....

    After reading 13 novels and a handful of short stories and novellas about Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, I do not just feel like I know them . I'm feeling like I am a part of their East Texas town. Hap and Leonard would be the two guys my parents would tell me to steer clear of and the ...

    I felt like this one got back to the Hap and Leonard from a few years ago. Lots of one-liners and violence and who cares what the mystery is. The ending is a little anti climatic however. ...

    You really can't go wrong with Lansdale and his Hap and Leonard series. An always reliable good time. ...

    RIP My Feels. Jackrabbit Smile is a roller-coaster of a book, full of colorful, well-crafted characters. It has the same laugh-out-loud humor and the most natural-sounding dialogue a book can have. Although I had a suspicion in the back of my mind what the resolution would be, La...

    Although I've had some Lansdale books on my TBR shelves for a little while, I first experienced his riveting, quirky world via the screen drama Hap and Leonard. Adapted from his first three books in his long-running series, that stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams as the seemin...

    JACK RABBITT SMILE. (2018). Joe R. Lansdale. **1/2. I used to be a steady reader of Lansdale?s works, but suddenly tired of his style and moved on to other authors. I saw that he had this new Hap and Leonard novel out, and decided to give him another try. Disappointing. He has writt...

    My first novel by Lansdale, won?t be my last. Fast plot and good story, short and to the point. Well done. ...

    A few hours well-spent studying the adventures of Hap and Leonard makes for a happy reader. Another good one....and that Leonard. ...

    I just love the Hap & Leonard stories. Joe R Lansdale, speaking as Hap, has a wonderful lyrical style, telling stories of horror, racism, poverty, revenge and true evil with a lyrical, poetic voice and laugh out loud dialogue as a bonus. I've now binge read them all and hope we get...

    "Jackrabbit Smile" is number 12 in the Hap and Leonard series of books, but it's the first "new" Hap and Leonard novel I've read in a while. I wasn't overly thrilled by "Rusty Puppy" or "Jackrabbit Smile," I'm sorry to say. I've been catching up on all the earlier Hap and Leonard novel...

    I love the Hap and Leonard series. Though not always consistent, in length or in content, they are always a really great read. This is no exception. It's short and it takes a little while to get going, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. Plenty of twists and turns and a nice dose ...

    Hap Collins and Brett Sawyer are celebrating their marriage after years together. Everyone they know has showed up to party down. But the party is interrupted by two potential clients who are searching for their missing daughter and sister. Hap and Leonard Pine do not want to work for ...

    The TV show might be canceled but the books go on, raucous and vulgar and violent but also tenderhearted and foerce in their anger at injustice and blind hatred. Hired, despite the unmissable presence of a homicidally disgusted Leonard, by a pair of white supremacists to find a mis...

    Crude, crass, and unsophisticated: that's what I think about this book. It was my first Hap and Leonard book. The good things: At times it was mildly entertaining. It's quick and easy to read. And I like mysteries. Even so, I don't think I'll read anymore Hap and Leonard mystery novels...

  • Truman32
    May 07, 2018

    ?Hokey Smoke Bullwinkle? Joe R. Lansdale?s new book ?Jack Rabbit Smile? certainly shows that the man is still capable of writing a compelling Hap and Leonard novel. The last few books have certainly not been up to par. They contained some good stuff, however not, in my humble...

    When a white supremicist and his mother show up at Brett's detective agency, Hap and Leonard are conflicted but agrees to track down Jackrabbit, the missing sister/daughter. Marvel Creek is on its way to being segregated and Hap and Leonard run afoul of The Professor, the mastermind be...

    Hap and Leonard return to Hap's hometown of Marvel Creek in Joe Lansdale's latest release JACKRABBIT SMILE. This time around our heroes are hired by a man and his mother to find their missing sister/daughter. The relationship between Hap, Leonard and Brett and their new clients isn'...

    Jackrabbit Smile is the 12th book in the Hap and Leonard series, but the first I have read. Now with your first time, you want it all to be special and gentle, with a lot of candles, patchouli incense, maybe some Barry White playing over the speakers and a fair amount of canoodling and...