Dry Heat may be a small desert town in 1871 New Mexico, but it's about to see its share of action! A crazed cougar, the snakebite death of a young man, and an unstable woman from a troubled family are just the beginning of Sheriff Phil Palmer's problems. Sheriff Palmer must also deal with the impending arrival of his newly orphaned 13-year-old niece a girl he s never even met. Add shady Southern politicians, angry Indians, mysterious cowboys, a gold-filled creek, and a hijacked train into the mix and you've got a glimpse of some of the wildest pack of troubles Phil and his trusty deputy, Ron Harris, have ever seen!
About the Author
Meagan Meehan is a published author of short stories, poems, and card verses. She is also a columnist of comic short stories in a monthly Long Island magazine known as the Great South Bay. Aside from being an author of all genres and story forms, Meagan is a modern artist who works with a variety of media. She has traveled extensively throughout North America, the Caribbean, and Europe and has a goal of one day visiting most of the countries in the world. Meagan attributes her success to the fact that she was home-schooled and greatly advocates this type of education. Meagan lives with her family and many pets in New York.
Dry Heat is Meagan's first novel for AVALON.