Swords & Sixguns: An Outlaw's Tale

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About the author:
At the age of five, Susan Hillwig decided she wanted to be a cartoonist when she grew up. By her twenties, she realized she was a much better writer than an artist (though she's still known to doodle when the mood strikes). Somewhere in between, she developed an unladylike obsession with comic books, sci-fi/fantasy, horror, and Westerns. "Swords & Sixguns: An Outlaw's Tale" is her first novel, with more to come. Go to the official Facebook page for Swords & Sixguns for news about upcoming releases and appearances. Susan and her husband live in Michigan amongst a mountain of books, DVDs, and toys.

Swords & Sixguns: An Outlaw's Tale

Authored by Susan Hillwig
Cover design or artwork by Matt Erkhart
Edition: 1

NEW MEXICO, 1874 - Things aren't going Richard Corrigan's way lately. One friend died during a botched bank robbery, another had to break him out of jail, and then there was the town full of corpses that weren't as dead as they looked. Things improved a little after Richard crossed over to another world, but now he's stuck in a strange place where Earth is considered a myth. Armed only with a pair of Colt Peacemakers, a Bowie knife, and his wits, Richard will have to contend with both sword-wielding lawmen that want to lock him away and an unholy Plague that can raise the dead. Can an outlaw become a force for good in order to save two worlds from destruction? God only knows...

"Swords & Sixguns: An Outlaw's Tale" is the first volume in a new series that has its roots in classic stories like Mark Twain's "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" and Stephen King's "Dark Tower" universe. Combining elements of fantasy and horror with the Old West, "Swords & Sixguns: An Outlaw's Tale" details the struggles of a man given the chance to overcome his past failings when he is dropped into a world far different than the one he's accustomed to. Terrifying in some moments and humorous in others, Richard's story delivers the inspirational message that, under the right circumstances, anyone can turn out to be a hero, even someone who believes himself to be "the bad guy".

Publication Date:
1540506924 / 9781540506924
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Fantasy / Dark Fantasy

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