Ever since I joined the Bizarro Brigade, I've been trying to read more bizarro fiction. The most recent bizarro novel, or possibly novella since it is fairly short, I read is A Town Called Suckhole by David W. Barbee.
This is basically a sort of buddy cop, post-apocalyptic, redneck, murder mystery sort of thing. In the town of Suckhole, which was founded by "George W. Foxworthy" there are a bunch of half-witted rednecks who believe in a twisted version of history wherein the world ended when that Yankee "Abraham Hussein Lincoln" went to war against the south. Luckily even though the world blew up, St. Hank (Williams Jr.) assassinated the evil man.
Many years later, someone is murdering the male residents of Suckhole and cutting off their penises. The sheriff knows he's not smart enough to solve the crime, so he convinces a swamp mutant called Dexter Spikes to take on the case. From there things start getting weird.
This is a great funny, weird book with lots of action and laughs. It's well worth a read.