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Publisher's Summary

This book collects Western-themed stories of horror and fantasy by Bram Stoker Award-winning authors David Niall Wilson and Brian A. Hopkins. This updated digital edition includes all previous errata and the last of the One-Eyed Jack stories, bringing all three into one book for the first time.

Contents:

"Bloody Knife & Morning Star" by David Niall Wilson "Tears of the Sun" by David Niall Wilson "All Colors Bleed to Red" by Brian A. Hopkins "One Eyed Jack" by David Niall Wilson and Brian A. Hopkins "One Chance in Hell" by David Niall Wilson and Brian A. Hopkins "Pure Chance" by David Niall Wilson and Brian A. Hopkins "Spinning Webs and Telling Lies" by David Niall Wilson

©2000 David Niall Wilson & Brian A. Hopkins (P)2011 David N. Wilson

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Interesting Western Supernatural Tales

First of all, the narration was great. Sometimes good narration is just hard to find, so it's nice when you come across a good narrator.

The stories are interesting and well-written. I especially enjoyed the tales of One-Eyed Jack. If you're looking for something to listen to while you drive around in rural western areas, this is a good book to accompany you.

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Goth Goes West

Loved this book, unique take on the genres of western crossbred with horror. Really like the narrator's ability to inhabit characters from Custer to an Indian scout,remarkable.
Liked the idea of linked 'episodes', worked quite well in this context. Highly recommended, more twists than a coiled up rattler and strikes the same way. I want more stories about this sinister cast of classic western archetypes with a twist.