The Unwinding of Liberty Brass - A Clockwork Cowboy Story [NOOK Book]

Overview

J. Steven York's Clockwork Cowboy stories aren't just 'weird Westerns.' They're quite touching, too. Yes, Liberty Brass is a metal man with a busted 'governor.' But he's got as much heart as any other hero you'll find riding the range."
-- Steve Hockensmith, author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Dawn of the Dreadfuls, and the Holmes on the Range mystery series

Throughout the west tales are told of a ...
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The Unwinding of Liberty Brass - A Clockwork Cowboy Story

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Overview

J. Steven York's Clockwork Cowboy stories aren't just 'weird Westerns.' They're quite touching, too. Yes, Liberty Brass is a metal man with a busted 'governor.' But he's got as much heart as any other hero you'll find riding the range."
-- Steve Hockensmith, author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Dawn of the Dreadfuls, and the Holmes on the Range mystery series

Throughout the west tales are told of a legendary Clockwork Cowboy, a restless mechanical wanderer who rode a clockwork horse, and whose bullets never missed. Some called him traitor, or monster, or murderer, but some called him hero. Some said he never stood by idle when the strong preyed upon the weak, and no bad men, mechanical or flesh, were safe while he wandered the plains.

But every story has a beginning...

Some say the Clockwork Cowboy was actually a Confederate Artilleryman called Liberty Brass. But for Liberty Brass, the trail seems ready to end almost before it begins. In a half-destroyed barn near the Gettysburg battlefield, on a dark, rainy night, two clockwork men, both damaged in war, meet. In the hours that follow, a terrible secret is revealed, a fateful judgment is made, and only one can survive to see the morning sun...
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http://www.stevehockensmith.com/ - Steve Hockensmith
J. Steven York's Clockwork Cowboy stories aren't just 'weird Westerns.' They're quite touching, too. Yes, Liberty Brass is a metal man with a busted 'governor.' But he's got as much heart as any other hero you'll find riding the range."

-- Steve Hockensmith, author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Dawn of the Dreadfuls, and the Holmes on the Range mystery series
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012762047
  • Publisher: Tsunami Ridge Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/25/2011
  • Series: Tales of the Clockwork Cowboy , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 271 KB

Meet the Author

J. Steven York is the national-best-selling author of more than a dozen novels and other books, plus many short-stories that have appeared in national magazines and anthologies. In addition to his original work, as a media tie-in author he's written in the fictional worlds of others, including MechWarrior, Star Trek, X-Men, Conan, and Transformers. He's also worked as a writer in the computer game industry, working on such Sierra PC games as Missionforce Cyberstorm, Outpost 2, and Earthsiege. His work on Outpost 2 included a novel-length prose work included with the game, an industry first.
He lives on the Oregon coast with his wife (and fellow author) Christina F. York, who writes not only under her own name but also as mystery authors Christy Evans and Christy Fifield. Contact Steve at YorkWriters.com, and follow him on Twitter @JStevenYork.
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