No way in hell can a boy survive with his legs shot out from under him. Harsh realities dictate that the weak perish while the strong survive, and there’s no compassion for those who cannot... More > fend for themselves.
Life without your legs is a sure sign that you’ll die ...
unless you’re born with a lot of heart and a will to live long enough to serve your own kind of justice.
Randy learns to get along perfectly with his powerful arms and shoulders, and a pair of stubs ending just above his knees. But a set of wooden legs designed for him by Father Jeremy, a priest in need of saving, become weapons no outlaw can outshoot.
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Randy gets his legs shot out from under him at a young age. Near death, an angel of mercy in the form of Father Jeremy finds him and saves him, but at the price of the loss of his legs.
Defeated at... More > first, new losses piled upon old losses, all at the hands of a gang of killers, give Randy a new reason for living—vengeance.
Father Jeremy, a priest in need of saving, has wooden legs fashioned for Randy. And though the athletically ambulatory young man gets along quite well without them, Randy’s stilts make excellent weapons of revenge.< Less
A collection of short, not-so-short and short-short stories, thirteen of them, presenting a range of reading entertainment from spooky, to funny, to goofy. Ten short-short stories are also available... More > for fee or free download as eBooks but Busted, Eye on the Door and Innocence Lost are fresh from the author’s mind. None of these are available, singularly or in any other anthology, in print form with the exception of the print version of this eBook, also available.< Less