Pop. 1280 - Jim Thompson & Daniel Woodrell

Pop. 1280

By Jim Thompson & Daniel Woodrell

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-12-25
  • Book Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
  • Author: Jim Thompson & Daniel Woodrell
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 29 Ratings)

Pop. 1280 Jim Thompson & Daniel Woodrell read online review & book description:

Nick Corey is a terrible sheriff on purpose. He doesn't solve problems, enforce rules or arrest criminals. He knows that nobody in tiny Potts County actually wants to follow the law and he is perfectly content lazing about, eating five meals a day, and sleeping with all the eligible women.

Still, Nick has some very complex problems to deal with. Two local pimps have been sassing him, ruining his already tattered reputation. His girlfriend Rose is being terrorized by her husband. And then, there's his wife and her brother Lenny who won't stop troubling Nick's already stressed mind. Are they a little too close for a brother and a sister?

With an election coming up, Nick needs to fix his problems and fast. Because the one thing Nick does know is that he will do anything to stay sheriff. Because, as it turns out, Sheriff Nick Corey is not nearly as dumb as he seems.

In Pop. 1280, widely regarded as a classic of mid-20th century crime, Thompson offers up one of his best, in a tale of lust, murder, and betrayal in the Deep South that was the basis for the critically acclaimed French film Coup de Torchon.

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  • Great story

    5
    By christianmbrown73
    Jim Thompson may be an acquired taste, but this is one of his best. Great read.

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