Low Noon: Tales of Horror and Dark Fantasy from the Weird Weird West

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Saddle up for a wild ride through the dark side of the Old West. If you need lodging, some kindly farmers have rooms for rent, although the guests don't always check out. At the Barbary Coast you may come across one incredible gunfight. Before leaving San Francisco, you can get some unique art lessons. But keep on riding when you pass our Nevada mine-investing in it may get you something you didn't bargain for. Then play some faro with a Native American god. And, if you're feeling dead, we have a necromancer who ...
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Overview

Saddle up for a wild ride through the dark side of the Old West. If you need lodging, some kindly farmers have rooms for rent, although the guests don't always check out. At the Barbary Coast you may come across one incredible gunfight. Before leaving San Francisco, you can get some unique art lessons. But keep on riding when you pass our Nevada mine-investing in it may get you something you didn't bargain for. Then play some faro with a Native American god. And, if you're feeling dead, we have a necromancer who can help you with that. The west was never this wild!
Featuring spine tingling yarns from Don D'Ammassa, Joel Jenkins, John Howard, Sam Kepfield, Matthew Baugh, C. J. Killmer, Henrik Ramsager, Kit Volker, Jackson Kuhl, Lyn McConchie & David Boop.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781475005486
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/29/2012
  • Pages: 282
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Meet the Author

David B. Riley lives in Vail, Colorado. He is the author of five novels and numerous short stories that have appeared in various magazines and anthologies in the US, Canada and the UK. He also edits an annual small press fiction magazine, Science Fiction Trails, and the occassional anthology.
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  • Posted April 22, 2012

    This is a collection of western horror stories. A lot of these

    This is a collection of western horror stories. A lot of these weird westerns are really dark--not so much here. These are more adventure oriented and there's more here than just cowboys & Indians. Surprsingly, there are even two stories centered around art. This is a nice entertaining read.

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