Friendly campfires and twinkling stars can conceal a vast darkness in the great northern forest. Some say it's in the land itself. Others point to the people who live there. The raw and plaintive stories in T.K. O'Neill's Northwoods Pulp Reloaded allow for both possibilities.
"Hole in the World"
Accompanied by an Indian guide with special skills, a renegade member of the trench coat gang heads north for his share, his woman and his freedom.
Outlaw snowmobilers heist a bank during a driving blizzard and discover pursuers other than the law.
"The Devil You Say"
A down-on-his-luck reporter believes he's found his ticket to the big time with his investigation of devil worship in a small, Wisconsin town.
"My Ship Comes In"
Two dead men in his wake, a Minnesota man flees to every northerner's preferred hideout: Florida. But temptation is everywhere in the Sunshine State and soon he finds himself waiting on a remote beach for a sailboat loaded with contraband. Complications ensue.