Wednesday, November 23, 2011
This is the first "weird" thing I wrote. A paranormal short story. And while it is a long short story, it is not a "novel" as the band across the top suggests. Originally published in an anthology called Lone Star Law (Pocket) about six years ago, it's now being republished as an e-book by Western Trail Blazer.
And it's only a buck, so if you haven't read it, go over to Amazon or Smashwords and throw my dogs a bone!
Here's the cover copy:
Ranger Tim Armstrong seeks shelter from a Texas snowstorm with his injured prisoner, Renfrow. Half a dozen men, a pretty young woman, and a boy watch as he slings the unconscious desperado over his shoulder and totes him to a room in the saloon's second story.
As the night deepens and the storm worsens, the Ranger keeps watch for the trouble he suspects is behind him. When Renfrow's gang shows up, adding a lead storm to the blizzard, the Ranger gets help of a most unusual sort.
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