Overview

As Sheriff Burns parked along the dirt road leading to the Mathey Ranch in southern Arizona, he was thinking about the mysterious disappearance of the actress a few weeks before. She was an actress he once loved and could not get out of his mind—or his heart. In order to save her, Sheriff Burns must face a wealthy, powerful, and charming but ruthless villain.
A Transgression in Time smoothly transitions from the old West to the present with ...

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A Transgression in Time

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Overview

As Sheriff Burns parked along the dirt road leading to the Mathey Ranch in southern Arizona, he was thinking about the mysterious disappearance of the actress a few weeks before. She was an actress he once loved and could not get out of his mind—or his heart. In order to save her, Sheriff Burns must face a wealthy, powerful, and charming but ruthless villain.
A Transgression in Time smoothly transitions from the old West to the present with non-stop action, mystery, and romance.
R. Howard Trembly lives with his wife Karen in Oregon’s Willamette Valley near his two sons and three grandsons. He learned about the ways of the cowboy as a youth when he broke horses for his uncle on the Talley Ho Ranch. R. Howard Trembly is a pilot, professional photographer, and small business owner. His writing career includes published works in fiction as well as non-fiction.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044218185
  • Publisher: R. Howard Trembly
  • Publication date: 12/29/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,071,101
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

R. Howard Trembly is a Navy veteran, pilot, philosopher, professional photographer, and business owner in the Pacific Northwest. In the past he has written nonfiction books and started his career in the field of fiction by writing several short stories, then moved quickly into writing Western mystery novels. At the age of 10, he was the only witness and survivor of a multiple murder, with the murderer doing everything he could to make the boy his fourth victim. R. Howard Trembly uses that experience to bring the antagonist in his books to life, with the realism that will have you looking over your shoulder, as you read each of his novels. After the murders he lived with his uncle on the Tally Ho Ranch where he learned to break horses at the age of 13. He has been married to his wife Karen for over 30 years and has two sons and three grandsons.
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