Pig Boy  by J.C. Burke

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July–August 2011, no. 333

Pig Boy  by J.C. Burke

Reviewed by
July–August 2011, no. 333

Damon Styles keeps a list of those who have crossed him. In a small, bully-rich town like Strathven, there are a lot of them. Damon has a plan, though, and getting his gun licence is only part of it. Next he needs to get a job with the Pigman. Nobody really knows the latter. He is foreign, shoots pigs, and keeps to himself, which is quite enough to fuel rumours in Strathven. Damon knows that the Pigman can teach him what he needs to know about implementing his plan, but he doesn’t know that the people of Strathven have a plan as well.

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