Nightriders

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Ghost riders. Bird men. Alien vessels. And justice for the killin' fields.

Mack Cavanaugh claims to be a Nightrider, one of a band of infamous Texas outlaws from the late 1800s. Except he says they wasn't outlaws at all, just men tryin' to make things right in the unjust fields of Texas-the killin' fields.

So begins a tale of the last years of the Texas Wild West-of oncoming civilization in all its savagery, a...

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Overview

Ghost riders. Bird men. Alien vessels. And justice for the killin' fields.

Mack Cavanaugh claims to be a Nightrider, one of a band of infamous Texas outlaws from the late 1800s. Except he says they wasn't outlaws at all, just men tryin' to make things right in the unjust fields of Texas-the killin' fields.

So begins a tale of the last years of the Texas Wild West-of oncoming civilization in all its savagery, a last ride by five vigilantes in the name of God, and a final confrontation with an evil unbound by time or place.

MARC SCHOOLEY is a Texan, which may be empirically verified if you ever hear him speak. He is a Christian philosopher, theologian, Bible teacher, speaker, musician, and Christian fiction writer who welcomes you to communicate with him at www.marcschooley.com, a site that features quest appearances by MS Quixote-which may or may not be his alter ego (a special commission has been established to investigate this matter). However, MS Quixote wears glasses and Marc does not, so the mystery is a bit difficult to unravel. Nightriders is his third novel. König's Fire was his second, and The Dark Man was his first.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781940163055
  • Publisher: Third Day Books
  • Publication date: 7/1/2013
  • Pages: 334
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.75 (d)

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MARC SCHOOLEY is a Texan, which may be empirically verified if you ever hear him speak. He is a Christian philosopher, theologian, Bible teacher, speaker, musician, and nascent Christian fiction writer who welcomes you to communicate with him at www.marcschooley.com, featuring quest appearances by MS Quixote-which may or may not be his alter ego (a special commission has been established to investigate this matter). However, MS Quixote wears glasses and Marc does not, so the mystery is a bit diffificult to unravel. "Nightriders" is his third novel.
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