Stalker's Moon

eBook (PDF), 70 Pages
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After he has a bitter argument with his father, Art Doobie and his wife, Fredia sell their home, their part in a wagon-carriage business and move to Wichita, Kansas. They board a ferry on the Mississippi River but the ferry is wrecked by a floating tree and the two are separated. Fredia is rescued, but Art is left clinging to the tree that caused the wreck. Later they are reunited. But they soon learn the move to Wichita turns out to be much more dangerous than they realized. Soon, chaotic events are set in motion when their dreams are threatened by a malevolent stalker who is determined to cause Fredia bodily harm. And the encounter with a cocky, wild cowboy that's thirsty for a gunfight with Art.
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  • By Daisy Maze
    Jan 22, 2012
    Larry Thompson has written an exciting story of his family's dangerous undertaking in the old west. He takes you back to those days when survival was much more demanding. Wild cattle towns, gunslingers waiting for a chance to challenge any man that came to town and every woman's struggle for her self-respect. Peril was at every turn in the trail they took in their search for a better life.
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Larry Thompson
September 30, 2011
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