Family Genealogy Queries: GARNER GARDNER GARLAND (Southern Genealogical Research) by R. Stephen Smith

The family information in this book comes from a genealogy magazine published during the 1990s, now out of print. Contents of this volume include all queries from the magazine mentioning individuals or families surnamed GARNER (with 19 queries total), GARDNER (GARDENER, GARDINER) (17 queries), GARLAND (8 queries), or GARDENHIRE (GARDENSHIRE) (3 queries), as well as GARARD, GARDER, GARMAN, and GARCIA (with 1 query apiece).The focus is on families in the southern United States.Genealogy queries such as these have long been a means for family researchers to share information. Although these queries were written by persons seeking information, the wealth of detail in them could prove valuable to you if you’re working on the same names or lines.Typically, queries include information on births, deaths, marriages, children of a given couple, family migrations, etc. Some trace several generations of one family. Some even include colorful family stories passed down through the years!Note: If you aren’t sure if the information in this book will be useful to your particular family research, why not borrow and read it for free with a Kindle Unlimited subscription?Other surnames occurring incidentally in the queries reproduced in this volume include ANDERSON, ANDREW, ANTHONY, ARMOUR, ASBURY, ASCOUGH, AWBREY, BAILEY, BAKER, BARBEE, BARKER, BARNETT, BASHAM, BIRD, BISHOP, BLACKBURN, BLANTON, BOLEN, BOYD, BRAGG, BRANCH, BRANDON, BRANTLY, BRATTAIN, BRATTON, BREAZEALE, BRIDGES, BROGDON, BROWN, BURGESS, BURGIN, BURNS, BURRESS, BYRON, CALDWELL, CAMP, CAMPBELL, CARLTON, CARTER, CHAPMAN, CHILDRESS, CHISM, CLARK, CLAYTON, COATS, COCHERHAM, COLEMAN, COLLINS, COOPER, COPELAND, COSBY, CREEK, CURRY, DARBY, DASHIELL, DAVENPORT, DAVIS, DEATON, DeMOSS, DEVINE, DIGGS, DIMSDALE, DOZIER, DUKES, DUNCAN, DUNN, DWYER, EATMON, EDMONDS, EDWARDS, ELDERS, ELLICOCK, ELMORE, EVANS, FAGALA, FAIN, FENNELL, FERGUSON, FISHER, FORD, FOSTER, FOWLER, FREE, FREER, FRIDAY, GAINES, GAYLE, GAYLOR, GENTREY, GENTRY, GIBBS, GILLESPIE, GRACEY, GRANGE, GREER, GRIGGS, GUERRA, GULICK, GUTHREY, HALEY, HALL, HAM, HAMILTON, HAMMOCK, HARKEY, HATCHETT, HAYS, HEFNER, HENDRICKS, HIBBS, HILL, HODGE, HOLLOWAY, HOOKS, HOOPER, HORTON, HOUCHIN, HOUGH, HUGHES, HURST, INGO, IVAN, JACKSON, JARVIS, JENKINS, JOHNSON, JONES, KEENE, KELLEY, KENNEDY, KING, KNELLY, LATHAM, LAUGHTER, LAWLEY, LAWTER, LIVERMAN, LIVINGSTONE, LLOYD, LOLLY, LONG, LONGMIRE, LOW, LOWHORN, LOYD, LUCKEY, MACKEY, MARK, MARSHALL, MASON, McCLAIN, McCONEY, McCUTCHEON, McEACHERN, McGHEE, McMULLEN, McNEILL, McPHAUL, McQUEEN, MEADORS, MEADOWS, MIDDLTON, MILAM, MILES, MILLER, MILLS, MITCHELL, MOORE, MORRIS, MORRISON, MORROW, MOTT, MUSE, MYNATT, NANCE, NAYLOR, NEAL, NELSON, NIX, NORRIS, NORTON, NUGENT, OATS, ODY, OVERCASH, OVERTON, OWENS, PAGE, PAINE, PARROTT, PATTON, PECKER, PENNINGTON, PITTS, POWELL, POWERS, PRIETZO, PRYOR, QUINBY, RANDLES, RAWLS, REDD, REECE, REYNOLDS, RICE, RINGGOLD, ROBERTS, ROBESON, ROBINSON, RODGERS, ROGERS, ROUGHTON, RYAN, SAMS, SCHMUTZ, SCOTT, SEARLES, SETTLE, SHEFFIELD, SHIRLEY, SIMPSON, SITTINGDOWN, SKINNER, SMITH, SMITHERMAN, SMOTHERMAN, SOUTH, SPIVEY, STAMPS, STANFORD, STILL, STONE, STOTTS, STRIPLING, SUMMEY, SWEEDEN, SWINDLER, SYDNOR, TAYLER, TAYLOR, TERRY, TOWNSEND, TRANSOU, TULLY, TYNON, WADE, WALKER, WALLACE, WALLIS, WARD, WARE, WARNER, WATSON, WEBB, WEESE, WELCH, WELLS, WETZEL, WICKER, WILLIAMSON, WOODFIN, WOODS, WORLEY, YARBROUGH, YORK, and YOUNGBLOOD.

Author: R. Stephen Smith

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Family Genealogy Queries: GARNER GARDNER GARLAND (Southern Genealogical Research) by R. Stephen Smith

The family information in this book comes from a genealogy magazine published during the 1990s, now out of print. Contents of this volume include all queries from the magazine mentioning individuals or families surnamed GARNER (with 19 queries total), GARDNER (GARDENER, GARDINER) (17 queries), GARLAND (8 queries), or GARDENHIRE (GARDENSHIRE) (3 queries), as well as GARARD, GARDER, GARMAN, and GARCIA (with 1 query apiece).The focus is on families in the southern United States.Genealogy queries such as these have long been a means for family researchers to share information. Although these queries were written by persons seeking information, the wealth of detail in them could prove valuable to you if you’re working on the same names or lines.Typically, queries include information on births, deaths, marriages, children of a given couple, family migrations, etc. Some trace several generations of one family. Some even include colorful family stories passed down through the years!Note: If you aren’t sure if the information in this book will be useful to your particular family research, why not borrow and read it for free with a Kindle Unlimited subscription?Other surnames occurring incidentally in the queries reproduced in this volume include ANDERSON, ANDREW, ANTHONY, ARMOUR, ASBURY, ASCOUGH, AWBREY, BAILEY, BAKER, BARBEE, BARKER, BARNETT, BASHAM, BIRD, BISHOP, BLACKBURN, BLANTON, BOLEN, BOYD, BRAGG, BRANCH, BRANDON, BRANTLY, BRATTAIN, BRATTON, BREAZEALE, BRIDGES, BROGDON, BROWN, BURGESS, BURGIN, BURNS, BURRESS, BYRON, CALDWELL, CAMP, CAMPBELL, CARLTON, CARTER, CHAPMAN, CHILDRESS, CHISM, CLARK, CLAYTON, COATS, COCHERHAM, COLEMAN, COLLINS, COOPER, COPELAND, COSBY, CREEK, CURRY, DARBY, DASHIELL, DAVENPORT, DAVIS, DEATON, DeMOSS, DEVINE, DIGGS, DIMSDALE, DOZIER, DUKES, DUNCAN, DUNN, DWYER, EATMON, EDMONDS, EDWARDS, ELDERS, ELLICOCK, ELMORE, EVANS, FAGALA, FAIN, FENNELL, FERGUSON, FISHER, FORD, FOSTER, FOWLER, FREE, FREER, FRIDAY, GAINES, GAYLE, GAYLOR, GENTREY, GENTRY, GIBBS, GILLESPIE, GRACEY, GRANGE, GREER, GRIGGS, GUERRA, GULICK, GUTHREY, HALEY, HALL, HAM, HAMILTON, HAMMOCK, HARKEY, HATCHETT, HAYS, HEFNER, HENDRICKS, HIBBS, HILL, HODGE, HOLLOWAY, HOOKS, HOOPER, HORTON, HOUCHIN, HOUGH, HUGHES, HURST, INGO, IVAN, JACKSON, JARVIS, JENKINS, JOHNSON, JONES, KEENE, KELLEY, KENNEDY, KING, KNELLY, LATHAM, LAUGHTER, LAWLEY, LAWTER, LIVERMAN, LIVINGSTONE, LLOYD, LOLLY, LONG, LONGMIRE, LOW, LOWHORN, LOYD, LUCKEY, MACKEY, MARK, MARSHALL, MASON, McCLAIN, McCONEY, McCUTCHEON, McEACHERN, McGHEE, McMULLEN, McNEILL, McPHAUL, McQUEEN, MEADORS, MEADOWS, MIDDLTON, MILAM, MILES, MILLER, MILLS, MITCHELL, MOORE, MORRIS, MORRISON, MORROW, MOTT, MUSE, MYNATT, NANCE, NAYLOR, NEAL, NELSON, NIX, NORRIS, NORTON, NUGENT, OATS, ODY, OVERCASH, OVERTON, OWENS, PAGE, PAINE, PARROTT, PATTON, PECKER, PENNINGTON, PITTS, POWELL, POWERS, PRIETZO, PRYOR, QUINBY, RANDLES, RAWLS, REDD, REECE, REYNOLDS, RICE, RINGGOLD, ROBERTS, ROBESON, ROBINSON, RODGERS, ROGERS, ROUGHTON, RYAN, SAMS, SCHMUTZ, SCOTT, SEARLES, SETTLE, SHEFFIELD, SHIRLEY, SIMPSON, SITTINGDOWN, SKINNER, SMITH, SMITHERMAN, SMOTHERMAN, SOUTH, SPIVEY, STAMPS, STANFORD, STILL, STONE, STOTTS, STRIPLING, SUMMEY, SWEEDEN, SWINDLER, SYDNOR, TAYLER, TAYLOR, TERRY, TOWNSEND, TRANSOU, TULLY, TYNON, WADE, WALKER, WALLACE, WALLIS, WARD, WARE, WARNER, WATSON, WEBB, WEESE, WELCH, WELLS, WETZEL, WICKER, WILLIAMSON, WOODFIN, WOODS, WORLEY, YARBROUGH, YORK, and YOUNGBLOOD.

Author: R. Stephen Smith

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

1960s Colorful Cartoon Illustrations by Jasmine Taylor

This 1960s Colorful Cartoon Illustrated eBook is ideal for kids of any age (and adults too) who love the retro colors and cool vibe of the hippy decade. Enjoy classic symbols and fashions of that era like bell bottoms, peace signs, lava lamps and guitar playing hippies. You’ll also find influential people and events such as Martin Luther King Jr., Jimi Hendrix, John F. Kennedy, the moon landing and more.URL Link inside for unlimited coloring page downloads so you can color the cartoon illustrations yourself.Just hit the buy button to start your journey now!

Author: Jasmine Taylor

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Lord I’m Coming Home: Everyday Aesthetics in Tidewater North Carolina (The Anthropology of Contemporary Issues) by John Forrest

Lord I’m Coming Home focuses on a small, white, rural fishing community on the southern reaches of the Great Dismal Swamp in North Carolina. By menas of a new kind of anthropological fieldwork, John Forrest seeks to document the entire aesthetic experience of a group of people, showing the aesthetic to be an “everyday experience and not some rarefied and pure behavior reserved for an artistic elite.”The opening chapter of the book is a vivid fictional narrative of a typical day in “Tidewater,” presented from the perspective of one fisherman. In the following two chapters the author sets forth the philosophical and anthropological foundations of his book, paying particular attention to problems of defining “aesthetic,” to methodolgocial concerns, and to the natural landscape of his field site. Reviewing his own experience as both participant and observer, he then describes in scrupulous detail the aesthetic forms in four areas of Tidewater life: home, work, church, and leisure. People use these forms, Forrest shows, to establish personal and group identities, facilitate certain kinds of interactions while inhibiting others, and cue appropriate behavior. His concluding chapter deals with the different life cycles of men and women, insider-outsider relations, secular and sacred domains, the image and metaphor of “home,” and the essential role that aesthetics plays in these spheres. The first ethnography to evoke the full aesthetic life of a community, Lord I’m Coming Home will be important reading not only for anthropologists but also for scholars and students in the fields of American studies, art, folklore, and sociology.

Author: John Forrest

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The GIFT: NEW RELEASE : a dog’s way home by Valerii Titov

The story is a fiction about a dog named Shon (named after my own dog), an American Stafford who finds love and happiness with his owner and friend Jerry. But, that love and happiness is replaced with war and pain for both the boy and the owner after Jerry is sent to study in the United States, leaving Shon behind. They are both plagued by the loss of each other till that feeling of love drives them to find each other again on the battlefield in Afghanistan.Shon finds Jerry but not in the best of conditions. Together, they both make their way out of a hospital recently taken over by the Taliban with their enemies hot at their heels.This story shows the bond between a man and his dog. It is an exciting and thrilling read for dog lovers, war story lovers, and lovers of action story novels.“Thank you very much Dad! Thank you so much, Mum!!” I screamed when my father and my mother finally presented me with the promised dog for which I had waited so long already. I was full of joy and I could not contain my excitement. I could not help crying while laughing as I became full of excitement and gratitude. If the way I screamed my gratitude to my parents did not do a good job of showing how much I valued the living gift that was just given to me, then, the way I hugged the little puppy, almost squeezing the life out of the little American Stafford breed definitely showed how much I loved and valued the puppy.””BLESSED ARE THE PEACEMAKERS, FOR THEY SHALL BE CALLED SONS OF GOD ” MATTHEW 5.9or so the movie version would go..“You are lucky to survive, sir. It’s a miracle you survived that long. Somehow, the explosion did not do any real harm to you. It was the shrapnel, your fall and the debris that did you all this damage” the doctor said to me and I was grateful that nothing major had happened to me.But there was a problem. They were talking about cutting Shon’s paw off. I was not going to allow that. The paw was hanging and they said he would need a lot of care if the paw would not be infected. Since the hospital was not a veterinary center, they could not admit him in and start taking care of him. They had only taken care of him because a soldier who was named Jeffery insisted that the dog deserved it. They were basically saying that they could not admit him in and that the only other options would be to cut his paw off, or for me to take care of the dog on my own. I insisted that I would take care of Shon myself and told them that there would be no cutting of anything.” dog, war, action, friendship, short story, best friend, genre fiction, military, family life, family story, a movie version, breeds, an American staffordshier, bravery, self-sacrifice, braveheart, American soldiers

Author: Valerii Titov

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Tracks We Leave by Jack King

The Tracks We Leave is a collection of proverbs and profound expressions attributed to North American Indian tribes. It reflects the beauty of a centuries-old journey that springs from a brave, undeniably urgent human struggle to preserve culture, language, identity, and way of life, a mighty endeavor that endures even unto this day.

Author: Jack King

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Family Genealogy Queries: GARNER GARDNER GARLAND (Southern Genealogical Research) by R. Stephen Smith

The family information in this book comes from a genealogy magazine published during the 1990s, now out of print. Contents of this volume include all queries from the magazine mentioning individuals or families surnamed GARNER (with 19 queries total), GARDNER (GARDENER, GARDINER) (17 queries), GARLAND (8 queries), or GARDENHIRE (GARDENSHIRE) (3 queries), as well as GARARD, GARDER, GARMAN, and GARCIA (with 1 query apiece).The focus is on families in the southern United States.Genealogy queries such as these have long been a means for family researchers to share information. Although these queries were written by persons seeking information, the wealth of detail in them could prove valuable to you if you’re working on the same names or lines.Typically, queries include information on births, deaths, marriages, children of a given couple, family migrations, etc. Some trace several generations of one family. Some even include colorful family stories passed down through the years!Note: If you aren’t sure if the information in this book will be useful to your particular family research, why not borrow and read it for free with a Kindle Unlimited subscription?Other surnames occurring incidentally in the queries reproduced in this volume include ANDERSON, ANDREW, ANTHONY, ARMOUR, ASBURY, ASCOUGH, AWBREY, BAILEY, BAKER, BARBEE, BARKER, BARNETT, BASHAM, BIRD, BISHOP, BLACKBURN, BLANTON, BOLEN, BOYD, BRAGG, BRANCH, BRANDON, BRANTLY, BRATTAIN, BRATTON, BREAZEALE, BRIDGES, BROGDON, BROWN, BURGESS, BURGIN, BURNS, BURRESS, BYRON, CALDWELL, CAMP, CAMPBELL, CARLTON, CARTER, CHAPMAN, CHILDRESS, CHISM, CLARK, CLAYTON, COATS, COCHERHAM, COLEMAN, COLLINS, COOPER, COPELAND, COSBY, CREEK, CURRY, DARBY, DASHIELL, DAVENPORT, DAVIS, DEATON, DeMOSS, DEVINE, DIGGS, DIMSDALE, DOZIER, DUKES, DUNCAN, DUNN, DWYER, EATMON, EDMONDS, EDWARDS, ELDERS, ELLICOCK, ELMORE, EVANS, FAGALA, FAIN, FENNELL, FERGUSON, FISHER, FORD, FOSTER, FOWLER, FREE, FREER, FRIDAY, GAINES, GAYLE, GAYLOR, GENTREY, GENTRY, GIBBS, GILLESPIE, GRACEY, GRANGE, GREER, GRIGGS, GUERRA, GULICK, GUTHREY, HALEY, HALL, HAM, HAMILTON, HAMMOCK, HARKEY, HATCHETT, HAYS, HEFNER, HENDRICKS, HIBBS, HILL, HODGE, HOLLOWAY, HOOKS, HOOPER, HORTON, HOUCHIN, HOUGH, HUGHES, HURST, INGO, IVAN, JACKSON, JARVIS, JENKINS, JOHNSON, JONES, KEENE, KELLEY, KENNEDY, KING, KNELLY, LATHAM, LAUGHTER, LAWLEY, LAWTER, LIVERMAN, LIVINGSTONE, LLOYD, LOLLY, LONG, LONGMIRE, LOW, LOWHORN, LOYD, LUCKEY, MACKEY, MARK, MARSHALL, MASON, McCLAIN, McCONEY, McCUTCHEON, McEACHERN, McGHEE, McMULLEN, McNEILL, McPHAUL, McQUEEN, MEADORS, MEADOWS, MIDDLTON, MILAM, MILES, MILLER, MILLS, MITCHELL, MOORE, MORRIS, MORRISON, MORROW, MOTT, MUSE, MYNATT, NANCE, NAYLOR, NEAL, NELSON, NIX, NORRIS, NORTON, NUGENT, OATS, ODY, OVERCASH, OVERTON, OWENS, PAGE, PAINE, PARROTT, PATTON, PECKER, PENNINGTON, PITTS, POWELL, POWERS, PRIETZO, PRYOR, QUINBY, RANDLES, RAWLS, REDD, REECE, REYNOLDS, RICE, RINGGOLD, ROBERTS, ROBESON, ROBINSON, RODGERS, ROGERS, ROUGHTON, RYAN, SAMS, SCHMUTZ, SCOTT, SEARLES, SETTLE, SHEFFIELD, SHIRLEY, SIMPSON, SITTINGDOWN, SKINNER, SMITH, SMITHERMAN, SMOTHERMAN, SOUTH, SPIVEY, STAMPS, STANFORD, STILL, STONE, STOTTS, STRIPLING, SUMMEY, SWEEDEN, SWINDLER, SYDNOR, TAYLER, TAYLOR, TERRY, TOWNSEND, TRANSOU, TULLY, TYNON, WADE, WALKER, WALLACE, WALLIS, WARD, WARE, WARNER, WATSON, WEBB, WEESE, WELCH, WELLS, WETZEL, WICKER, WILLIAMSON, WOODFIN, WOODS, WORLEY, YARBROUGH, YORK, and YOUNGBLOOD.

Author: R. Stephen Smith

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Lord I’m Coming Home: Everyday Aesthetics in Tidewater North Carolina (The Anthropology of Contemporary Issues) by John Forrest

Lord I’m Coming Home focuses on a small, white, rural fishing community on the southern reaches of the Great Dismal Swamp in North Carolina. By menas of a new kind of anthropological fieldwork, John Forrest seeks to document the entire aesthetic experience of a group of people, showing the aesthetic to be an “everyday experience and not some rarefied and pure behavior reserved for an artistic elite.”The opening chapter of the book is a vivid fictional narrative of a typical day in “Tidewater,” presented from the perspective of one fisherman. In the following two chapters the author sets forth the philosophical and anthropological foundations of his book, paying particular attention to problems of defining “aesthetic,” to methodolgocial concerns, and to the natural landscape of his field site. Reviewing his own experience as both participant and observer, he then describes in scrupulous detail the aesthetic forms in four areas of Tidewater life: home, work, church, and leisure. People use these forms, Forrest shows, to establish personal and group identities, facilitate certain kinds of interactions while inhibiting others, and cue appropriate behavior. His concluding chapter deals with the different life cycles of men and women, insider-outsider relations, secular and sacred domains, the image and metaphor of “home,” and the essential role that aesthetics plays in these spheres. The first ethnography to evoke the full aesthetic life of a community, Lord I’m Coming Home will be important reading not only for anthropologists but also for scholars and students in the fields of American studies, art, folklore, and sociology.

Author: John Forrest

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The GIFT: NEW RELEASE : a dog’s way home by Valerii Titov

The story is a fiction about a dog named Shon (named after my own dog), an American Stafford who finds love and happiness with his owner and friend Jerry. But, that love and happiness is replaced with war and pain for both the boy and the owner after Jerry is sent to study in the United States, leaving Shon behind. They are both plagued by the loss of each other till that feeling of love drives them to find each other again on the battlefield in Afghanistan.Shon finds Jerry but not in the best of conditions. Together, they both make their way out of a hospital recently taken over by the Taliban with their enemies hot at their heels.This story shows the bond between a man and his dog. It is an exciting and thrilling read for dog lovers, war story lovers, and lovers of action story novels.“Thank you very much Dad! Thank you so much, Mum!!” I screamed when my father and my mother finally presented me with the promised dog for which I had waited so long already. I was full of joy and I could not contain my excitement. I could not help crying while laughing as I became full of excitement and gratitude. If the way I screamed my gratitude to my parents did not do a good job of showing how much I valued the living gift that was just given to me, then, the way I hugged the little puppy, almost squeezing the life out of the little American Stafford breed definitely showed how much I loved and valued the puppy.””BLESSED ARE THE PEACEMAKERS, FOR THEY SHALL BE CALLED SONS OF GOD ” MATTHEW 5.9or so the movie version would go..“You are lucky to survive, sir. It’s a miracle you survived that long. Somehow, the explosion did not do any real harm to you. It was the shrapnel, your fall and the debris that did you all this damage” the doctor said to me and I was grateful that nothing major had happened to me.But there was a problem. They were talking about cutting Shon’s paw off. I was not going to allow that. The paw was hanging and they said he would need a lot of care if the paw would not be infected. Since the hospital was not a veterinary center, they could not admit him in and start taking care of him. They had only taken care of him because a soldier who was named Jeffery insisted that the dog deserved it. They were basically saying that they could not admit him in and that the only other options would be to cut his paw off, or for me to take care of the dog on my own. I insisted that I would take care of Shon myself and told them that there would be no cutting of anything.” dog, war, action, friendship, short story, best friend, genre fiction, military, family life, family story, a movie version, breeds, an American staffordshier, bravery, self-sacrifice, braveheart, American soldiers

Author: Valerii Titov

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Showdown With Fear by Stephen Wade

When the McVie boys are on the prowl, no one is safe …

Dan Mullen, the former sheriff of Red Rocks, New Mexico, knows that better than anyone.

Dan thought he had it all – the respect of the people he watched over, the love of a good woman, and his hardworking son, Pete.

But when a fever takes Mary from him, and Jimmy McVie comes to town, Sheriff Mullen knows he had to be stopped.

When Jimmy’s brother John seeks revenge for his little brother’s death, Dan fancies his chances in a showdown.

But life doesn’t always work out the way you plan, and when some innocent bystanders die, Dan is blamed.

His reputation in tatters, he finds solace at the bottom of a bottle, sending Pete away to learn an honest trade, as he pines for what once was.

Once the town’s revered sheriff, he quickly ends up becoming the town drunk.

Is it too late for him to redeem himself?

As Dan battles his demons, word comes to town that the McVie brothers are on the loose once again.

And this time no one is safe, especially Pete.

So when the new sheriff of Red Rocks puts together a posse, Dan joins up, newly sober and with a lot to prove.

Filled with shoot outs, kidnappings and desert heat, Showdown with Fear is a tale of redemption, second chances, gun slinging and love.

Praise for Stephen Wade

‘A classic of the genre.’ – Tom Kasey, bestselling author of Trade Off.

Stephen Wade is a successful writer of fast-paced western fiction. He also has a special interest in writing both crime fiction and true crime. A Killer Between the Lines was his first detective mystery.

Pioneering Press is an imprint of Endeavour Press, the UK’s leading independent digital publisher. We publish new and classic westerns by authors from the US and the UK.

Author: Stephen Wade

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews