Free books to curl up before the fire with in February.
Feb. 4 – 8: Murder on the Menu. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M3QFTYJ
Feb. 11 – 15: Buffalo Soldier: Range War. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SLR0FJU
Feb. 18 – 22: Mountain Man. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0165TJYOM
Feb. 25 – Mar. 1: DC Street Art. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075RT9G6H
A new Buffalo Soldier title, Buffalo Soldier: The Lost Expedition, is now available in paperback and Kindle version.
For the paperback version, go to https://www.amazon.com/dp/0692052402/
Fatal Encounter: The Adventures of Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves is the story of Reeves’ pursuit of the notorious outlaw, Bob Dozier, and their final encounter in the Cherokee Hills of Oklahoma’s Indian Territory. Published on October 29, 2017 by Rusty Spur Publishing for Kindle, this book is available for the amazingly low price of 99 cents (free for Kindle Unlimited members). Can be purchased at the link below:
I am excited to announce that my historical novel, Vixen, has been nominated for the 2017 Readers Choice Award. Please go to www.tckpublishing.com/readers-choice-voting/ and go to the Historical Fiction category. ‘Vixen’ is near the bottom of the page. You can vote by simply clicking on the cover image.
As a special treat to my readers, I’m making four of my books (Kindle version) available for free each month in November and December. Just click on the link to go to the book’s page on Amazon.
If I Should Die Before I Wake — November 4 – 8
Portrait of Africa — November 11 – 15
Buffalo Soldier: Range War — November 18 – 22
Vixen — November 25 – 29
Death of Innocence — December 1 – 5
Buffalo Soldier: Family Feud — December 8 – 12
Wallace in Underland — December 15 – 19
A Good Day to Die — December 22 – 26
Due to some technical problems, my books under the Outlaw Publishing, LLC; Wagons West: Daniel’s Journey and Wagons West: Trinity have been temporarily removed from Amazon’s site (both paperback and Kindle version), so I’ve also removed them from this site. They will be reissued soon under the Rusty Spurs imprint, at which time I will post new links. Good news, the prices will remain the same, and keep an eye out for two additional titles under the new imprint, Wagons West: Bounty Hunter and Fatal Encounter: The Adventures of Bass Reeves, Deputy U.S. Marshal.
For anyone who might have clicked on the links for the two removed books in the past couple of days, my apologies that you reached a ‘Page does not Exist’ on Amazon. J.C. Hulsey, the publisher at Rusty Spurs, assures me that he and his team are working hard to get all the affected books back on line as soon as possible.
Check out my latest book, DC Street Art: Murals and Graffiti in and around the Nation’s Capital, a book of photographs of some of the street art to be found in the DC area. Available in paperback and Kindle version.
Paperback, $12.50: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1976543495/
Kindle version, $5.99: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075RT9G6H/
Bad Girls Don’t Die, the newest Al Pennyback mystery, is now available in paperback and Kindle version.
Gabriel Birdsong is found in the basement of his house, with his throat cut. The killer left no evidence, no weapon, and the police can’t determine the motive for the killing. What they do know is that his granddaughter, Lena, who has been living with him since the death of her parents, is missing. Her aunt hires Al Pennyback to find her, but offers no clues to where she might be, or with whom.
As Al searches the city for the missing girl, he begins to uncover secrets about the reclusive Gabriel Birdsong that shake him to his very core, so much so that he’s not even sure he wants to find Lena.
One of the rawest yet in this series, this story covers a subject that some readers might find uncomfortable—Al certainly did. But, if he could deal with it, I’m pretty sure my indomitable readers can as well.
Take a look, and when you’re done, tell me what you think by leaving a short review on the site where you purchased it.
Here are the links:
Kindle version: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074FP81X2/
If you’re enrolled in Kindle Unlimited, you can save the $3.99, and get it for free.