Tuesday, 11 December 2012

The Flying Wagon now available on Kindle

The fourth book in my Fergal O'Brien series is now available on Kindle.

As with all the Fergal stories, it's a standalone book and it isn't essential to have read the others. This one lives up to its billing and features a wagon that flies, although you'll have to read it to find out whether or not Fergal gets airborne. The book is now available for around £2.55 from the uk site and $4.11 from the us site.

The showman Fergal O’Brien and his assistant Randolph McDougal come to the aid of a damsel in distress who has been attacked by the bandit Van Romalli. She repays their kindness by riding off with their display of authentic historical memorabilia.

Now Fergal must find a new way to earn a living. An opportunity arrives when Jim Broughton sells him an attraction called the Treasure of Saint Woody. But all is not as it seems. Jim is really a US Marshal and the only patron he wants Fergal to attract is Van Romalli. Blissfully unaware he is being used as bait; Fergal is starting to rebuild his fortune when Ezekiel T. Montgomery rides into town to promote the wondrous maiden voyage of his flying wagon—a Conestoga dirigible.

Faced with a seemingly unbeatable competitor, Fergal tries to solve all his problems with a reckless wager, which leaves him facing his greatest challenge ever. He has twenty-four hours to learn how to fly or he’ll lose everything.

Buy from amazon.co.uk and amazon.com.


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