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I served 3 tours in Viet Nam. And my love of history, the English language, and voracious reading habits have enabled me to develop a voice that is descriptive without being overly verbose. I am a former president of the Oasis Writers Guild, Pahrump, NV and a member of the both the National and Southern Nevada Chapter of Sisters in Crime. I burned out as a computer programmer after fifteen years and moved into website design (learning HTML in two weeks). I have also edited and published a current events magazine before turning to writing full time.
My first novel, Not Much of a Crime, was written in four months by not wasting my evenings watching summer reruns. While the story is fictious, there are many things that appear to be taken directly out of life here in Pahrump, NV. A senior assistant district attorney bought a copy so she could identify who was who. Apparently I struck too close to home for somebody. A sequel is in the works.
I am also a firm believer in bringing back to life important works from the past. These include James R. McConnell’s Flying For France - With the American Escadrille at Verdun, a true story of an American pilot in World War I and The Secret Witness by George Fort Gibbs, are among the first to resurface and others are on the way.

 
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Reading Runes Unspecified

An introductory to the art of reading runes for divination.

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Bar-20 Days - A Hopalong Cassidy Novel Fiction - Westerns

Clarence Mulford created the forerunner to the iconic Western hero when he wrote Bar-20 Days and brought Hopalong Cassidy to life.
But this is not the Hoppy of the silver screen and television as depicted by William Boyd in the 1940s and 50s.
This is a hard drinking, cigarette smoking, none-to-gentle with his language Cassidy that, right or wrong, backs his friends play in this, the first in a series of novels that stretched from 1914 into the 1950s when Louis L'Amour was chosen by Mulford himself to continue the saga.
Bar-20 Days was Hoppy's debut and 100 years later, he is still alive and well on the plains of Western Texas.

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"Bring Me His Ears" Fiction - Westerns

Early 1840's and the West is opening up. Wagon trains are headed to the Oregon Territories and Texas is still an independent republic.
Tom Boyd is pushed into a Santa Fe street by the Mexican governor of New Mexico. Boyd slaps the man's face and runs for his life. Agents are sent after Boyd with one order - "Bring him back alive or bring me his ears!"
Boyd decides Oregon is much safer than New Mexico, until a chance meeting with a young woman changes his destiny...

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Rustlers Roundup - A Hopalong Cassidy Novel Fiction - Westerns

Hopalong Cassidy rides into danger again with the hands of the Bar-20 Ranch in West Texas. Rustlers are running rampant and it is up to Hoppy and his sidekicks to find the man responsible.
But be warned, this is NOT the Hoppy William Boyd protrayed on the Silver Screen and Television. Mulford's Hopalong Cassidy is a hard-drinking, roll-your-own smoking, itching to get rowdy cowboy ready to back the play of his friends at the drop of a hat.

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Not Much of a Crime Fiction - Crime, Mystery

Allison King finds herself embroiled in a fight for her life when she decides to run for a vacant seat on the town council of Charleston, Nevada. Does she have what it takes to overcome the political corruption, intrigue, and murder that permeates the town and still save the adult video empire she created in Los Angeles?

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Flying For France - With the American Escradrille at Verdun Biography

An illustrate re-publication of an eye witness account of air combat against the Germans during World War I. James R. McConnell flew these missions as a sergeant-pilot in the American Escadrille. He received the Croix de Guerre with Palm for conspicuous bravery. McConnell's book inspired the 2006 movie Flyboys.

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Need A Job? Publish A Book! with OpenOffice How-to

Learn the secrets to publishing your own book for under $100 and get national distribution.
Discover the TRUE value of a copyright and how you and your family can benefit from your copyright for generations.

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The Curious Misadventures of Tubby Wexler, Private Investigator Humor

Tubby Wexler believes himself to be the personification of the pulp magazine detectives of the 1930s, 40s & 50s. He has all the trappings - a rundown 2-room office in a dilapidated downtown office, a faithful canine, a magnificent, voluptuous, Cajun beauty as a secretary and list of the most bizarre clients any P.I has ever seen.

The only thing Tubby doesn't have is a clue!

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The Secret Witness Fiction - Historical

The Secret Witness is an action packed novel exposing an international conspiracy that, if successful, will result in a coup d'etat that will rip the heart of the Russian Empire. The clandestine meeting is unwittingly overheard by two young lovers, one English - one Austro-Hungarian, who flee to Vienna to inform their respective governments of the plot.
First published in 1917, The Secret Witness could well have been written by a modern day spy novelist.

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