The following is an excerpt of the book:
“Where else do you suppose he would go?” Charlie asked.
John Sheeney half smiled, “It doesn’t matter where he goes, before long he wears out any welcome he receives. Skinner has lots of enemies, and some men he done dirt to when he rode with Quantrill have a long memory. They’re real salty folks. I’d be on the sly myself if I’d made as many enemies as Skinner has. Did he come and apologize to me for busting up my place or even offer to pay for it? No, why hell, he’s accused of rustling Jack Murphy’s stock, his own neighbor!"
He lives in extreme northern California with wife, editor and coach, Ginny.
Jerry is a member of Western Fictioneers and Western Writers of America. Jerry was born in Arkansas and has been all over the west. He’s written over 30 short western stories. Since joining Western Fictioneers in 20ll, his story Whiskey for Breakfast was in The Traditional West. He wrote Rectification for Six-guns and Slay Bells: A Creepy Cowboy Christmas and he wrote the first chapter of Murder in Dogleg City, book #3 of the collaborative Wolf Creek series.
A visit to Amazon’s author page for Jerry Guin and J.L. Guin reveals much of his most recent works.
You have caught this reader, Jerry. I have loaded Drover's Vendetta on my Kindle!ReplyDelete
Jerry, this looks like a great read. I need about a month to just sit and read and do nothing else! Thanks for sharing Drover's Vendetta with us today.ReplyDelete
Thanks Keith, you are a real gentleman.ReplyDelete
Cheryl, I appreciate the opportunity to present my book.ReplyDelete
You hooked me, Jerry. This bad guy's a slippery one--guess I'll have to find out how Charlie hunts him down. :)ReplyDelete
thanks, Jacquie. You'll see that Charlie is a capable man.ReplyDelete
By the way, I went to school in Boise. My family lived on North
Sounds good Jerry. And I am capable, if a little long in the tooth.ReplyDelete