Bring Me the Head of McCord!
In a world of nightmare, do love, courage, and laughter stand a chance?
Seven dark tales answer that question.
"My Father's Gun"
Fifteen-year-old Samuel McCord takes his first terrible steps down a lifetime of supernatural horror in 1815 West Texas in a tale of loss and redemption.
Texas Ranger Samuel McCord both saves and damns 12-year-old Samuel Clemens while trying to save the boy from a creature whose home is the realm of nightmare.
When the orphan Blake Adamson runs away from the orphanage only to meet the ghost of Elvis and the very real Lucifer, he realizes you can't run from your mistakes.
"Lies that Locust Tell"
A fallen angel awakens in a British asylum without any memory of getting there. Worse, the asylum is being run by aliens experimenting with the inmates. What would happen if Earth was invaded, and it was left to evil to defend it?
"A Down Home Christmas"
Victor Standish's and Alice Wentworth's first Christmas together looks to be their last as all the demons of the haunted French Quarter are at their heels. What can the ghost of a Spanish Inquisition priest do to help them?
"The River Face"
In a Native American tale of myth and legend, Hibbs, the cub with no clue, is taught a fearful lesson of spirit from the mysterious Turquoise Woman.
"Bring Me the Head of McCord!"
Why did an undead Texas Ranger decide to live in New Orleans? Why does the vampire Abigail Adams hate Samuel so? This haunting tale answers those questions. But sometimes answers do not give peace.
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