Three separate women with separate stories; all with guns, all with a mission. Marlene as “The Husband Hunter” had a husband but couldn’t keep him, but found him after years and a global search, and then didn’t want him . . . alive. Veronica simply was misguided; her sole and desperate interest was protection of her family against imagined evils, but she was set straight following a neighborhood encounter where “The Streetwalker’s Price” was a life-preserving lesson. “A Gun in the House” offers a sense of security and comfort, and protection against intruders, but Constance testifies not all the threat comes from outside the home.
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About the Author
Jim Woods writes novels and short stories, many of which stand alone, and others are assembled into collections, in worldwide milieus. He’s a world traveler, having researched numerous exotic locales as settings for his next stories. Much of his world travel has been for big game hunting; this and his background as editor with Petersen’s Hunting, Guns & Ammo and Guns magazines, allows him to frequently bring firearms into play in his tales, as in this collection. Jim Woods lives and writes in Tucson, Arizona.
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Women with Weapons based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
A determined lady with a gun is not to be taken lightly. When she makes demands, listen up and pay attention. The three short stories in this book prove a woman with a weapon is not to be ignored. Interesting story-telling by the late veteran author, Jim Woods.
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Here apprentices wil rest after tiring days of training.