The Evil Day

Overview

The man was a heartless wolf, a traveling sickness, an oozing wound on the soul of humanity, and he was terrorizing the Arizona Territory with a relentless and twisted passion. He loved deeply, he killed quickly and often with no remorse or regret. The blood and death fed his twisted mind, and his hunger would never allow him to stop the killing.
Back in the old West, women were a rare and treasured item, especially women as beautiful as Joe Clément's young bride Jenny, with her...
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Overview

The man was a heartless wolf, a traveling sickness, an oozing wound on the soul of humanity, and he was terrorizing the Arizona Territory with a relentless and twisted passion. He loved deeply, he killed quickly and often with no remorse or regret. The blood and death fed his twisted mind, and his hunger would never allow him to stop the killing.
Back in the old West, women were a rare and treasured item, especially women as beautiful as Joe Clément's young bride Jenny, with her slender figure, striking red hair and pleasant disposition. So when Joe is ambushed and his wife is abducted, this seasoned gun fighter will stop at nothing to get her back.
Then his good friend, Kellen Malone, arrives on the scene to help, only to find his own bride, Rachel, could soon meet the same fate. Will the combined guns of Kellen and Joe be enough to end the reign of terror and bring this evil to justice? Read this latest story in the Kellen Malone adventure series and experience the romance, intrigue and terror of the Old West.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781618081025
  • Publisher: White Feather Press, LLC
  • Publication date: 4/30/2014
  • Pages: 242
  • Sales rank: 1,439,974
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Meet the Author

Author R.G. Yoho was born in Parkersburg, West Virginia. While he was still a child, his parents moved the family to a cattle farm in southeastern Ohio.
Yoho's passion for Westerns began with the reading of Flint, a novel by famed Western author, Louis L'Amour.
In addition, R.G. has also published three works of non-fiction, the most recent a work of history, America's History Is His Story.
Married for over thirty years, R.G. is the father of three and the grandfather of two. He is also a devoted fan of West Virginia University football and basketball.
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