Sharecropper Hell

No one dives deeper into the criminal mind than Jim Thompson. He built his career on the twisted ambitions of his dark, frightening characters. In Sharecropper Hell (DeVault-Graves Agency, 2014), which was originally titled Cropper’s Cabin on its initial release in 1952, he drags the reader into the inhospitable world of white trash sharecroppers of southeastern Oklahoma in the mid-20th century. Sex, murder, racial paranoia … it all plays fast and hard in Thompson’s writing.

This is the first audiobook version of this noir classic and it’s unabridged, exactly as Jim Thompson wrote it. You can get it now on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes.