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How the West Was Weird
     

How the West Was Weird

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by Russ Anderson
 

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Aztec vampires gorge themselves on a small Mexican village. A masked hero of the 1940s stumbles onto a town that time forgot. A gunslinging exorcist works to save a boy from demonic possession. These are the stories of the American West your history teacher never told you about... because she was scared! Includes nine original tales of the weird, wild west, by Barry

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Aztec vampires gorge themselves on a small Mexican village. A masked hero of the 1940s stumbles onto a town that time forgot. A gunslinging exorcist works to save a boy from demonic possession. These are the stories of the American West your history teacher never told you about... because she was scared! Includes nine original tales of the weird, wild west, by Barry Reese, Derrick Ferguson, Josh Reynolds, and more.

Approximately 53,000 words.

Editorial Reviews

http://pulpfictionreviews.blogspot.com/2010/04/how-west-was-weird.html - Ron Fortier
HOW THE WEST WAS WEIRD, is a grand collection that is extremely entertaining and worth your support. In fact, I’m hoping it does well enough to warrant another volume. These are too much fun to end with just one outing.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012270894
Publisher:
Pulpwork Press
Publication date:
03/10/2011
Series:
How the West Was Weird , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
164
Sales rank:
1,212,838
File size:
411 KB

Meet the Author

Russ Anderson can usually be found in the suburbs of Baltimore, where he lives with his wife, his daughter, two beagles, and a very old, very angry cat. When he's not working for the man, he enjoys bicycling, making up stories, and pie.

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How the West Was Weird: Campfire Tales 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is perhaps my favorite anthology. Everyone should own a copy of this bookand the accompanying sequel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago