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The Mensch With No Name: Merkabah Rider novella collection Volume 2 [NOOK Book]

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The Merkabah Rider continues his journey across the American Southwest of 1880 in search of the renegade teacher who destroyed his mystic Jewish order in the 2nd volume of this acclaimed weird western series. As the Rider unravels more of the mystery of the Hour of the Incursion, demons are the least of his troubles. The Rider and a young strongman rally a group of freighters and cowboys against a gang of bloodthirsty half-demon gunmen. When his gilded enchanted pistol is stolen during a robbery, the Rider joins ...
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The Mensch With No Name: Merkabah Rider novella collection Volume 2

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Overview

The Merkabah Rider continues his journey across the American Southwest of 1880 in search of the renegade teacher who destroyed his mystic Jewish order in the 2nd volume of this acclaimed weird western series. As the Rider unravels more of the mystery of the Hour of the Incursion, demons are the least of his troubles. The Rider and a young strongman rally a group of freighters and cowboys against a gang of bloodthirsty half-demon gunmen. When his gilded enchanted pistol is stolen during a robbery, the Rider joins forces with the infamous Doc Holiday to retrieve it?but in doing so must face the invisible menace of The Damned Dingus. Indians solicit the Rider's help against an enemy spawned two hundred years ago?and the Rider discovers the mind-bending horror of The Outlaw Gods. At the edge of death, the Rider descends into the depths of hell to confront the Devil himself and learn the nature the reason behind his master's betrayal. But can there be any return from The Pandæmonium Ride?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615721894
  • Publisher: Eternal Press/Damnation Books LLC
  • Publication date: 10/4/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 223
  • File size: 578 KB

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  • Posted March 10, 2012

    The second collection of the Merkabah Rider series. Another dus

    The second collection of the Merkabah Rider series. Another dusty trails western that wanders into the real of the fantastic. If you like your westerns pure unadulterated shoot ‘em ups, then you will not enjoy this. If you like a very unlikely hero, willing to face down the horrors of all the netherworlds as they try to creep into our world (with a smattering of supernatural beliefs from other cultures) then you will very much enjoy these tales.
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