Elmo Hash
Created by Jeff Long

Hugh Lessig, who does The Pulp Foil web site, has three characters who cover the crime beat for that erstwhile, albeit fictional, publication. There's Picasso Smith, whose tales encompass the 1930s, the 1940s and the 1950s. And these days, there's Picasso Smith, Jr. and Alamo Barnes. And covering the Sixties Hugh there's Jeff Long's ELMO HASH.

Long certainly has a bit of a flair for the dramatic. His first Foil novella, "Elmo Hash and the Groovy Summer of Love" has CIA spooks, Hare Krishnas, and J. Edgar Hoover in a fetching evening gown. Good stuff.

According to Hugh Lessig, Elmo's creator, Jeff Long, was last seen stumbling through the streets of Hampton, Va.



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