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Phantom Canyon
     

Phantom Canyon

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by Joe Bob Newman
 

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Sam Turner is tracking his runaway brother, when he see's a sign post, "Phantom Canyon!" Almost immediately Sam's horse steps in a gopher hole and breaks his leg. Sam has no choice but to shoot the horse. Now he is really stranded. With a saddle, his bags and rifle, he is in a real dilemma. The canyon is beautiful but full of mystery and surprises.
Sam must walk

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Sam Turner is tracking his runaway brother, when he see's a sign post, "Phantom Canyon!" Almost immediately Sam's horse steps in a gopher hole and breaks his leg. Sam has no choice but to shoot the horse. Now he is really stranded. With a saddle, his bags and rifle, he is in a real dilemma. The canyon is beautiful but full of mystery and surprises.
Sam must walk into this mysterious canyon and hope that someone comes along and saves him. He knows that a man without a horse can not last long. Then he meets a very old Indian, who has a horse for sale. Sam strikes up a friendship with Two Dogs. Together, they trail the lost brother, and find that he is being "chased" by Mexican Bandido's, who think that he is carrying much gold.
Sam and Two Dogs must find a way to rescue the runaway brother without getting themselves killed in the process. In a scene right out of "The Alamo" the brothers and the Indian, must fight off a savage attack of the Bandido's. An explosive climax occurs when an inept US Army Calvary shows up, but are unable to do anything, but sit and watch as the brothers defend themselves.
Keep up with the author at his new website, at www.joebobnewman.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781481179652
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
12/21/2012
Pages:
194
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.45(d)

Meet the Author

The author, Joe Bob Newman, has been writing mystery and fiction books since 1982. He has several books published. His career has been in writing technical documents for the defense industry. By profession he is a mechanical engineer P.E. (Retired). He lives in Arlington, TX, with his beautiful wife Linda and his loving Mother-in-Law. He is surrounded by a whole passel of Grand Kids. One of his hobbies involves visiting Phantom Canyon.

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Phantom Canyon 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Joe writes a good old fashioned western adventure with all the touch points: bandits, calvary, ranchers, lost conquistadors, and many more. He starts off with brief descriptions of the key characters, both their physical appearance and the psychological issues that plague them, then he gets right into the action.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a great action packed western adventure. The characters are well displayed and come to life. it is a must read book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A real good western.  I liked the characters, and the story creative.  Worth a read.