Sharpshooter McClure is now available on Kindle. Sharpshooter was my 18th Black Horse Western and I approached republishing it with some trepidation as I remember it fondly and I feared I might no longer like what happens to Mike McClure in the story.
enjoyed the half-way twist in this story probably more than any other
I’ve written because it was extreme, it delved into an area I hadn’t visited
before, and I had no idea what it would be until I wrote it.
until that big moment Mike McClure had been on a roller-coaster of danger with
cliff-hangers and his life constantly in peril and so at the half-way point he
was again just about to be killed. It was then that I realized I’d written
enough words to be at the middle of the adventure. So I wondered what the big
moment might be that would turn everything on its head, but nothing obvious
would come to mind right up until the moment Mike had a gun pressed to his head
and the bad guy was about to pull the trigger.
without thinking and before Mike could find a way out of
his predicament, I let the baddie shoot and that sent the book in a completely different direction than
the one I had expected...
McClure is now available from all good amazon stores.
Wednesday, 21 December 2016
Sharpshooter McClure now available on Kindle
Posted by I.J. Parnham at 03:29 No comments:
Wednesday, 7 December 2016
Paperback version of The Outlawed Deputy now available
Cassidy Yates was appointed deputy sheriff of Redemption City but such was his knack of attracting trouble that barely twenty-four hours after his appointment he had been slapped in jail! And if that wasn’t bad enough, Brett McBain’s outlaw gang rode into town to bust Nathaniel McBain from jail. Sheriff Wishbone is killed and the townsfolk think Cassidy responsible. Now, having been imprisoned for the murder of his own sheriff, Cassidy must prove his innocence and the only way to do this is to infiltrate Brett’s gang. He must convince Brett he’s an outlaw, and persuade everybody else that he really is an honest lawman. Could he pull off his enormous bluff or would he join Sheriff Wishbone on Boot Hill?
Available as a download and a paperback at Amazon.
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