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Moonshine Cove Publishing, LLC

Moonshine Cove Publishing, LLC Moonshine Cove Publishing - Welcoming New Authors We are a small independent publisher based in the Appalachian foothills region of South Carolina.

Moonshine Cove publishes books, both fiction and nonfiction, that people want to read, books that beckon you to take them from the shelf and start reading. We are not a vanity press, subsidy publisher or so-called self-publisher meaning our authors do not pay us anything at all to have their books published. Instead we pay all costs of publishing and distribution and pay our authors royalties base

Moonshine Cove publishes books, both fiction and nonfiction, that people want to read, books that beckon you to take them from the shelf and start reading. We are not a vanity press, subsidy publisher or so-called self-publisher meaning our authors do not pay us anything at all to have their books published. Instead we pay all costs of publishing and distribution and pay our authors royalties base

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A SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD DANCER IS SENT TO A PRISON “RESORT” FOR TRYING TO PROTECT HER MOTHER AND NOW TO ESCAPE, MUST TRUST A ...
09/07/2022

A SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD DANCER IS SENT TO A PRISON “RESORT” FOR TRYING TO PROTECT HER MOTHER AND NOW TO ESCAPE, MUST TRUST A FORMER ENEMY.

Set in the future where a tightly controlled technology has been developed that allows rich old people to switch bodies with poor teens. The Government of Ameca captures sixteen-year-old Eliana after she illegally switches bodies with her mother in order to protect her from a painful death. Eliana is sent to a prison camp that capitalizes on beauty, where she can trust no one, but ultimately has to put her faith in a smug, authoritative enemy, Theo Jacobson. But the more time she spends with Theo, the more she wonders if he might not be that bad after all. He might even be the answer she’s been looking for all this time.

Early Praise for Newbodies
“Rachelle Zalter presents a chilling dystopian future where people aren't even guaranteed the freedom to remain in their own bodies. Filled with mystery and romance, Newbodies will leave you never quite sure who to trust all the way to the final moments.”—Melanie Tays, author of the Wall of Fire Series
“A dystopian Freaky Friday. Young teens are forced to swap bodies with rich Patrons, who can then do as they please. This book will definitely challenge your perception of what it means to be free.”—Eliza Green, author of the Breeder Files Series
“Thought-provoking and captivating from the start, Newbodies is a young adult dystopian novel that will keep you thinking until the very end.”—Elayna R. Gallea, author of The Sequencing Chronicles Series

Mama is getting more exhausted by the day and weaker by the minute. Everything about her death is controlled. The government has mastered the Countdown; they have it down to an art. And they treat it like art, too. At some point, the government realized they couldn’t have everyone live forever, so they created a “random” and “fair” system. The government vows everyone’s number, or length of life, is assigned before birth, but no one in the low-status Groups believe that. We know better. We’ve seen the worst. They give you 100 days to prepare for your death in Ameca. Out of nowhere and at any given time, the number appears: “100.” It’s a digital inscription on your right wrist, like a tattoo. Every day from then on, the number decreases. The Countdown begins. My mother’s number is seven today. She has one more week to live.

I SPOT HIM ACROSS THE ROOM AND REALIZE I HAVE ONLY MINUTES TO LIVE. THE PARTNER I BETRAYED SEVEN YEARS AGO. HOW PATIENTL...
08/12/2022

I SPOT HIM ACROSS THE ROOM AND REALIZE I HAVE ONLY MINUTES TO LIVE. THE PARTNER I BETRAYED SEVEN YEARS AGO. HOW PATIENTLY HE WAITED FOR HIS REVENGE. BUT THERE WAS NEVER REALLY ANY DOUBT HE WOULD RISE FROM THE DEAD TO COME FOR ME.

A master criminal who’s also a passionate art lover.
A long-lost painting by Johannes Vermeer.
A completely green and very young private investigator hired to find a missing art professor by a wife whose motives are suspect.
And two police detectives investigating an unidentified co**se pulled up from the depths by a fisherman.
Near the shores of Lake George in upstate New York, a mystery is taking shape and the person trying to solve it, Harvey Grace, has no idea who he can trust.

Early Praise for A Patient Enemy
“Greco hooked me from page one. Take A Patient Enemy it to the beach, you’ll inhale it in a day!”—Robin Lewis, publisher, author, former executive VP and executive editor at WWD, CEO of The Robin Report

“… a classic noir from S.E. Greco that’s true to the genre and doesn’t disappoint….unfolds with all the suspense of a black and white thriller from 1940s Hollywood….”.—Robert Sultan, author of The Vientiane Affair and Slaughtering Girl

“The twisting plot kept me guessing and I could not put it down. I was taken in by the head-fakes, hidden clues and salty characters. I will never believe the attribution on a painting again. Overall, a great read.”—Robert Berne, author of Tuscan Son

When Kane opened the drawer and his hand found the gun, he lifted it and instantly realized he was dead, as dead as if he already had a stake in his heart, or a bullet buried deep in his brain because he knew from the weight of the weapon that his friends were gone, those thirteen little guys who had been his steadfast buddies for all these years—the twelve bullets that had rested snugly in the clip, waiting so patiently to one day be called upon, and the loner that had loyally stood at attention in the chamber the whole time.
They had all been kidnapped by Zola.
Kane dropped the useless weapon.
And then he realized Zola was of course behind him already, after moving in dead silence from whatever spot in the room where he had invisibly crouched like the ghost he was, or on second thought maybe he hadn't moved because no one could move that quietly. He'd just materialized behind Kane. Teleported, maybe.
Zola spoke only two words: “Goodbye, Gaspard,” as calmly and politely as if they were old friends parting after having a drink together at the neighborhood bar, and Kane's final thought was: Seven years. He waited that long to get me. If nothing else, he's a patient enemy.

A NEWBIE LAWYER MUST DEFEND A HAS-BEEN SUPERMODEL ACCUSED OF KILLING HER PLASTIC SURGEON Kate Clark overcame her challen...
07/28/2022

A NEWBIE LAWYER MUST DEFEND A HAS-BEEN SUPERMODEL ACCUSED OF KILLING HER PLASTIC SURGEON

Kate Clark overcame her challenging early years to become a lawyer, working for ambulance-chaser Ben Shuster in the San Fernando Valley. But Kate wanted more from her career. After creatively massaging her resume, she lands a job as junior to LA Super lawyer, Enola Locklear—a Native American beauty engaged to the ambitious Rod Forrest, with eyes on the Governor's mansion. Kate's nightmare life is now a dream come true— until Wendy Adair walks into the office. A has-been supermodel, Wendy blames her washed-up career on the famous plastic surgeon, Paul Sloan, and is determined to sue. Enola turns down what she believes is a lost cause, but sympathetic Kate assures Wendy she'll find a great lawyer to take her case and that the surgeon is sure to pay Wendy a huge settlement.
When Sloan is savagely murdered, Wendy is the prime and only suspect. She demands Kate defend her, and Enola pushes Kate to take on the case and make her name in LA. Out of her depth, Kate returns to the Valley to beg for help from her former boss.
The “dream team” of newbie lawyer Kate Clark and the seedy Ben Shuster is a gift to the slathering LA press who turn Wendy's trial into a media circus. To add to Kate's panic, her vile ex-husband pops up with many questions about Kate's sudden success as a hot-shot attorney in LA.
Can Kate and Ben save Wendy from life in prison? Or will Kate's shameful past land her in a cell beside her client, destroy Enola's reputation, and make the wannabe Governor, Rod Forrest, the laughingstock of California?

Early Praise for Looks Can Kill

“Dark mysteries and entertaining characters make this a very satisfying read.” Susannah S., Avid Reader

“Mulholland has crafted an exciting tale of medical malpractice, a maddening defendant, and the journey to find the truth. The narrative pulls you along, compulsively, to the final judgment.” Alex D., Medical Doctor
“A Hollywood courtroom drama with a sympathetic defense attorney running from the consequences of past decisions. Entertaining to the last twist.”—Markus F., Engineer.

“Sylvia Mulholland is a master at creating a sense of rising panic, then ramping the tension up even more. A spectacular snapshot of the sinister side of everyday life.”—Eric C., Entrepreneur

“Looks Can Kill is chilling and addictive, where you don’t know which character to root for and a plot that twists and turns to a most satisfying ending. You can’t not read this book”—Jennifer R., Avid Reader

As Kate rode the elevator to the underground garage, a paralyzing fear gripped her. And not just because she had no experience with criminal law or procedure. It was worse than that. Much worse. Kate had a terrible secret that kept her awake most nights as she worried about the possible consequences of the lie she'd lived for years.

Moonshine Cove Publishing is proud to announce that THE CICADA TREE by Robert Gwaltney has won the 2021 Somerset Award, ...
06/29/2022

Moonshine Cove Publishing is proud to announce that THE CICADA TREE by Robert Gwaltney has won the 2021 Somerset Award, first place Best in Category, in the Chanticleer International Book Awards. Congratulations to Robert Gwaltney and an award well deserved.

A UNIVERSITY VICE PRESIDENT FINDS HIMSELF THRUST INTO A HELLISH PANAMANIAN PRISON, AT THE MERCY OF UNKNOWN FORCES.When a...
06/07/2022

A UNIVERSITY VICE PRESIDENT FINDS HIMSELF THRUST INTO A HELLISH PANAMANIAN PRISON, AT THE MERCY OF UNKNOWN FORCES.

When a university receives a bequest of a village in Tuscany to use as a study-abroad site, Bill, the Vice President, is put in charge of negotiating the terms with the donor’s angry son who thinks the village rightfully belongs to him. Bill discovers that something is very wrong with the deal and is determined to get to the bottom of it. As he begins to suspect that organized crime is involved, he is lured to Panama supposedly to sign the transfer papers. Instead he is thrown into prison and denied any contact with the outside. As hope of ever being released fades, he realizes that his cellmate’s drug-dealing family is his only hope for freedom, but is the price they demand too high?

Early Praise for Tuscan Son
“Tuscan Son is a great read and Berne has a prescient understanding of academic politics. I thought my DC experience would prepare me for the academy, but Tuscan Son is just what I needed.”—Robert M Shrum, Warschaw Professor at the University of Southern California
“Tuscan Son is a tour de force adventure within the modern university that is both a great read and eerily familiar. Bob Berne captures the university’s inner workings and foibles with nuance and cynicism, and the novel kept me guessing throughout. This is a terrific and unique addition to the entertaining genre of the academic novel and I can’t wait to find out what comes next at Olmsted University.”—John Sexton, President Emeritus, New York University

“Tuscan Son is a fast paced journey through the intertwined stories of a seemingly mundane chapter in university decision-making and the worryingly plausible consequences. It is impossible to put down, with the fate of the ironic and cool-headed, honest but pragmatic university administrator at stake.”—Ellyn Toscano, Executive Director, Hawthornden Foundation
“Intrigue follows Bill, a gutsy college administrator, across three countries—as he launches an international enterprise for Olmstead University. Tuscan Son comes to heart throbbing life with deception in Tuscany, survival in a corrupt Panamanian prison, and deception on the New York-based university’s board of directors. Fighting for his life, Bill’s instincts, cunning, and luck make it impossible to put down. “—Candace Greene, Global Marketing Consultant

One minute, I was a first-time visitor to Panama City, here on university business, and the next, I was dragged out of my hotel room by the national police, at least, that’s who they said they were, and put in this dirty, stinking, cell. Having received only one speeding ticket in my nearly sixty-two law-abiding years, I was shocked, though admittedly, I was involved in a complex and unusual situation. Looking back, I probably should have known better.
They tied my wrists in front of me with plastic handcuffs, and we left the room. They took me through the glitzy lobby, where all eyes were on me, into a waiting police van with two additional cops inside. Needless to say, we did not stop to check-out of the downtown InterContinental.
Nausea was building up in my gut, but I reassured myself that we’d straighten all this out when we got to the police station.

THE LONG-AWAITED SEQUEL TO THE NEW WITCH NOW AVAILABLEONE-BY-ONE THE SPIRIT-FILLED APARTMENTS AT BROUSSARD COURT CALL TH...
05/23/2022

THE LONG-AWAITED SEQUEL TO THE NEW WITCH NOW AVAILABLE

ONE-BY-ONE THE SPIRIT-FILLED APARTMENTS AT BROUSSARD COURT CALL THOSE IN NEED OF SHELTERING COMFORT.

Madame Badeaux, the old woman they called The Witch was dead, but was she gone? Someone, or something, lingered on, guiding and protecting those who came to live at Broussard Court. An old man escaping his family’s plan for a retirement home. A young woman fleeing her family’s disapproval. A teen boy with no place to go. Solace and safety await them at Broussard Court, where secrets are revealed and lives mended. And when the circle finally closes, it brings home the person snatched away when she was small. Was her life a tragedy? Or did it serve a greater good?

"...the spirit of Madame Badeaux lives on at Broussard Court as new tenants come to the Big Easy in search of change. While True Memories -- a warm family story -- stands on its own, those who enjoyed reading about Madame's heirs (Addie and Simon) in Gibson's 2017 book will not be disappointed. In New Orleans, every person has a story and Gibson's characters hold the reader's attention from start to finish.—Diane Dove—social worker and avid reader."

"A heartwarming and enchanting tale of the new characters unexpectedly drawn to a quiet street in New Orleans. Broussard Court and its neighborhood is a place where friends, family, spirits and magic abound. In this latest novel, Nancy Smith Gibson has crafted a spellbinding sequel to The New Witch.—Ellen Carpenter, author of The Problem with LUST."

As Abner stood looking into the empty shop, he felt the tingling spread throughout his body. This was the third time he had come to stare into the big front windows, and the energy became stronger each time. It was as if electricity was running up and down his spine. Today it ran through his arms and reached his fingers where they grasped the door facing. The spirits were here, no doubt about it. He sensed them telling him there was something special about this place—something he should pay attention to.

ATTORNEY KATE MARSTON HAS LANDED A HIGH PROFILE CASE THAT COULD EITHER MAKE OR BREAK HER CAREER.Her client is a controve...
05/09/2022

ATTORNEY KATE MARSTON HAS LANDED A HIGH PROFILE CASE THAT COULD EITHER MAKE OR BREAK HER CAREER.

Her client is a controversial judge who has been charged with murder. Her investigation leads her into the shadowy and dangerous world of organized crime, hard-ball politics, and big-time college football. It also leads her to an alternative suspect -- her father. Will she be able to avoid this ethical minefield and give her client zealous representation? Or will her duty to her client be compromised by family loyalty?

Early Praise for Fast Break

"Tense, exciting, beautifully written, this legal thriller is simply fun. I highly recommend it."—Patrick J. Murphy, author of Way Below E.

"Terry Lewis is a gifted novelist, an attorney, and a former judge. This unique mix of talent and experience is the perfect combination for creating a compelling legal thriller, and makes Fast Break a page-turner that drips with authenticity and realism. This is the flawless practice of the law on the page in the service of an explosive mystery thriller."—Michael Lister, New York Times bestselling author of the John Jordan series
“Fast Break is a compelling legal thriller that quickly gathers momentum and builds to a terrific climax. Attorney Kate Marston is a very intriguing and sympathetic character, and I hope we will see her again.”—James L. Thane, author of South of the Deuce

“FAST BREAK is a gripping tale of social and political intrigue, set against the sweltering milieu of Florida's Panhandle. The shocking twists in this legal thriller come fast and furious.” A great read!—Joseph Souza, author of The Neighbor.

“Lewis combines crisp writing, honest dialogue, nuanced and layered plotting, and intriguing and complex characters to maximum advantage in this compelling tale of courtroom intrigue and murder. With a startling ending which seems inevitable, and yet also surprising, Fast Break is a five-star winner from an author at the top of his game.”—Claire Matturro, author of Skinny-Dipping and The Smuggler's Daughter.

“A well-executed fast break is not only a work of art and a thing of beauty; it is wonderfully symbolic of a life in motion, fast, furious, but hopefully, under control. It requires a combination of finely tuned spatial skills, depth perception, speed, balance, and instinct; a mind’s eye that lets you see even that which is not in your line of sight.

And I loved to be in the middle of it.”

COUNTRY MUSIC SUPER-STAR AND AMERICAN ICON PAT BOONE LIKES PACIFIC THREAT—"THIS ONE IS A REAL GRABBER”Global Hawk reconn...
04/21/2022

COUNTRY MUSIC SUPER-STAR AND AMERICAN ICON PAT BOONE LIKES PACIFIC THREAT—"THIS ONE IS A REAL GRABBER”

Global Hawk reconnaissance aircraft from the American Territory of Guam detect suspicious Chinese naval activity near an abandoned island airbase. Intercepted radio traffic suggests the Chinese are hunting for an Army Air Corps plane that disappeared in 1945. The Air Force Office of Special Investigations sends Agent Jack Quintana to find out why. Quintana teams up with tipsy British diplomat Thur-good Throckmorton (that’s “Sir Thurgood” to you rabble) on Guam’s seedy “Tumon Strip.” There, they latch on to a Chi-nese mafia boss and chase a handful of clues to a private island, a Missouri farm, a London pub, and an uber-secret base in the Indian Ocean. Beautiful dames, island shamans, hungry sharks, Chinese paratroopers, and eighty years of history all lead to a forgotten mega-weapon and a super-power showdown in the vast Western Pacific.

"'Pacific Threat' is a rare flight of fancy from a runway of historical fact. As the former Pacific Air Forces Command Chief Master Sergeant, I found the setting sublime; the story a bold fabrication upon the Air Force's enduring foundations in the Western Pacific. Fasten your seatbelts, ladies and gen-tlemen. We're comin' in on a wing and a prayer."—Rodney J. McKinley, The 15th Chief Master Sergeant of the U.S. Air Force

“Move over Jack Ryan! Brilliantly spun web of international intrigue and subtle humor told with an authenticity you only get from someone who has walked-the-walk; deserving of an encore and the silver screen."—David Haney, Chief Mas-ter Sergeant (Ret.), United States Air Force

"PACIFIC THREAT" is a propulsive novel about a hard-boiled investigator ensnared in a disturbingly plausible web of political corruption and intrigue. It's a book you'll finish at 3:00 am with a shot of Jameson."--Matthew Gallaway, Author of "The Metropolis Case" and ""

"Hungry for a high-octane pulp thriller? Dive into PACIFIC THREAT and don't look back.”--Charles Ardai, Hard Case Crime

New from Moonshine Cove: HOME by Billy Beasley. If you liked THE GIRL IN THE RIVER, you'll like Billy's new book. Trent ...
04/08/2022

New from Moonshine Cove: HOME by Billy Beasley. If you liked THE GIRL IN THE RIVER, you'll like Billy's new book.

Trent Mullins holds the bottle of pills that failed to aid his climb out of the black hole that nearly killed him. Tossing the bottle over the Wrightsville Beach Drawbridge, he feels the first sliver of light in months.

He leaves family, friends, and the area that had served as his home for his entire life. With the help of his best friend, Jackson, he lands in the coastal area of Georgia. A new job, unlikely landlords, and the peaceful marshlands that serve as his front yard slowly bring a measure of stillness to his troubled mind.

But then an unwelcome phone call mandates his return home to bury the father he never knew and to face the son he left behind.

Available in print and Kindle at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Is the Earth’s Climate changing? Yes! And it has been changing since the Earth formed 4,600,000,000 years ago. And it wi...
04/06/2022

Is the Earth’s Climate changing? Yes! And it has been changing since the Earth formed 4,600,000,000 years ago. And it will continue to change long after the petroleum age is forgotten.

“Beware of false knowledge: it is more dangerous than ignorance.”—George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman, 1903

“It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Unintentionally one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.”—Sherlock Holmes in Sir Author Conan Doyle's A Scandal in Bohemia, 1891

“The tragedy of beautiful theories is that they are often destroyed by ugly facts.”—Thomas Huxley (1825-1895)

“By the year 2000 the United Kingdom will be simply a group of impoverished islands inhabited by some 70 million hungry people...If I were a gambler, I would take even money that England will not exist in the year 2000.”—Paul Ehrlich, Speech at British Institute for Biology, September 1971

This book summarizes the science of climate change and the theory of global warming in a way that is understandable to ordinary people using a simple question and answer format. For those desirous of learning more, references to cited peer-reviewed scientific articles are provided. The book takes a geologic point of view, intentionally elevating data above predictions and forecasts, for this is what has made the scientific method so successful in advancing the human condition. The book does not discuss the politics of climate change, the economics, the merits of any particular policy direction or any point of view intentionally meant to favor one political party over another, whether liberal or conservative. Plenty of other books cover such topics.

The book makes it clear that today’s climate is changing, just as has been true for the entire history of the earth, climate has always changed. This is the way of the earth. For nearly all of earth history, climate changed without human intervention. Today, however, many who seem to know nothing of earth history argue that today’s slight change in climate is due to human use of coal and oil. They say all one has to do is to look at the science. That’s exactly what this book does.
Let’s see where it takes us.

We’ve all seen those startling videos showing fighter jets chasing UFOs. If you want to know the truth about them, you n...
03/24/2022

We’ve all seen those startling videos showing fighter jets chasing UFOs. If you want to know the truth about them, you need to read Dr. Don Doneri’s just released book TRUTH, LIES, AND ETs.

“Donderi presents a daring and scary hypothesis, but his research is so painstaking, his argument so compelling - and besides, UFOs (now called ETVs) are a fascinating subject - so I would recommend this book to open-minded readers so they can join in what will soon become a major discussion.”—Susan Jean Palmer, Affiliate Professor, Department of Religions and Cultures, Concordia University Montreal

“Retired psychology professor Don Donderi’s book is “Spare, cogent, forceful, and direct. Even inveterate doubters will find themselves questioning their own assumptions, their job being, as Donderi writes, 'to find alternative explanations for the evidence.’”—Keith Henderson, author of Mont Babel

“If you want to know the truth about Extra Terrestrial Vehicles, read Truth, Lies, and ETs. Dr. Donderi presents the facts, the reports, and the hard evidence that other research scientists ignore and professional disinformants deny. A highly recommended page turner.”— Kathleen Marden, ETV and abduction researcher, on-camera expert and author, with the late Stanton Friedman, of Captured: The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience

THE FACILITY TOOK EVERYTHING FROM HIM, INCLUDING HIS EYES. NOW ANDREW HARKINS IS DETERMINED TO USE HIS SPECIAL ABILITIES...
03/07/2022

THE FACILITY TOOK EVERYTHING FROM HIM, INCLUDING HIS EYES. NOW ANDREW HARKINS IS DETERMINED TO USE HIS SPECIAL ABILITIES TO EXACT REVENGE.
Doctor Andrew Harkins accepts his dream job at a cutting-edge lab, but the dream becomes a nightmare when he refuses to use unwilling human test subjects. Andrew finds himself at odds with the owner of the Facility. They take everything from him, including his eyes, but there is more to Andrew Harkins than they know. Using his unique physical abilities, he escapes the lab, but is determined to return and destroy it, along with its maniacal owner, Alain Savon. But before he can exact his revenge, he must cross a merciless desert, avoid gun runners, and elude the U.S. Military.

What People are Saying about THE MAN WITH NO EYES
“The Man with No Eyes is strongly character-driven with meticulous analysis of each character's mindset showing the all-important why behind their decisions and viewpoints… It is a mesmerizing tale of the heights and depths of human nature packed with insight, mystery, tension, and suspense that grasps the reader with its incredible power.”—Phil Slattery, Founder and Publisher, The Chamber Magazine

“The Man with No Eyes starts with a bang and never lets up. This fast-paced, cinematic thriller has plenty to keep you reading long past your bedtime”—-Patricia Correll, author of The Co**se Eater

A woman walked toward him as he sat in a small island of shade beneath an acacia tree.
Her clothes rustled in the wind as she approached cautiously. Her slow, deliberate footsteps crunched on the sand, marking her distance with each step.
The wind swept across the desert in green, undulating lines, but when the wind struck her, it changed direction and speed abruptly. This disruption allowed Andrew to “see” her in his mind.
She spoke to him in Arabic. When he didn’t answer she spoke in a broken English. “You are not spirit?”
“No.”
“Soldier?” she asked.
“No.”
“You look like soldier.”
“Well, I took these clothes off a psychopath that fancied himself something of a soldier. But I am no soldier.” Andrew shook his head.
“Spy?”
“A blind spy?” He asked, pointing to the dirty bandage around his eyes. “I’m afraid I wouldn’t make a very good one. Doctor.”
She stood quietly, the wind rustling her long robes and head scarf. She sighed heavily as she stared down at him.
“Medicine doctor?” she asked, there was an edge of excitement in her voice, but it faded quickly. “Who cannot see?”
“Yes.”
There was a long pause while she stood before him, the weight of her decision hanging about them both. Would it be more beneficial to have him with them, or should she leave him here in the desert to die?
The wind gusted, swirling about her. The edges of her robe fluttered in the breeze, the edges snapping like tiny fireworks. Her weight shifted as the turned to look at her fellow travelers, then shifted again as she turned back to the stranger.

A RANCHER WHO IS NEAR SU***DE FROM A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT THE HANDS OF A MOTORCYCLE GANG FINDS HIS SOLACE IN HELPING ANOT...
02/21/2022

A RANCHER WHO IS NEAR SU***DE FROM A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT THE HANDS OF A MOTORCYCLE GANG FINDS HIS SOLACE IN HELPING ANOTHER RANCHER SAVE THEIR SPREAD, BUT THIS BRINGS THE WRATH OF THE SAME GANG DOWN ON THEM ALL.
Guzzling alcohol as a way out of this world and into the next, but needing money to finish the job, Cable accepts employment at a dude ranch near the hole in the woods where he stays. What he doesn’t expect is that the owners—mother and daughter Caroline and Annie—give him a reason to live and a brute of a horse to break. Yet to continue living means he must finally take responsibility for his violent reaction after losing the two people in the world he loves the most. Cable is eventually forced to confront the gang once again, except now they’re on his home turf and he now has help.

What People are Saying about CABLE
CABLE is the guy I want in my corner! Driven, knowledgeable, strong, and fearless. His knowledge of weapons is phenomenal and his accuracy with guns is key to his being able to protect his loved ones and forge ahead in his life when others would not be able to carry on.—Sally Clark, Retired Human Resource Manager
A story of a young man who finally faced his past so he could return from where he was running from–home. Jeffrey A Pitts has become one of my favorite authors over the past couple years. His words illustrate the pages in such a way that I feel like I’m watching the story unfold firsthand and he has a special gift to write characters with both truth and complexity. Like all his books, I found myself to be emotionally invested in Cable after just a few pages. I rarely find an author who has the ability to create characters with such depth that I care for them like friends. Do yourself a favor and go on Cable’s journey!—Michael Johnson, Washington State DOC Officer

This was my first book written by Jeffrey A Pitts, and I didn’t know what to expect. I greatly enjoyed the characters and their transformation throughout the story. The book had me laughing and crying, and I didn’t want it to end.—Sandra Brenner, avid reader

Jeffrey A Pitts has done it again with another great story. Characters that draw you in and hold your attention. “Cable” has you going in one direction at first then shifts you in a new one by developing the main character in a completely different way, very multi-dimensional. It was an enjoyable read. Once I started reading, I had to keep going. Thanks, Jeffrey, for another weekend lost in an amazing story!—Carey V. Lasley, D.D.S., Olympia, WA

Read and review a western novel? Not since Louis L’Amour. Yet, I must confess: that which I began reluctantly, I could not put it down. What a portrayal of the human element. From Colorado to Montana, I shared the challenges of people I met along the way. Jeffrey A Pitts is indeed a talented storyteller as well as a student of human nature. His protagonist is not Jack Reacher, a super hero, but rather simply someone life broke…and was put back together through the magic of an author who knows how to blend reality with a damn fine tale. Absolutely a worthwhile read.—Kathy Simonis, English/LA instructor: White Pass High School WA - Riverside High School, OR

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