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Sunday, 12 June 2011

Cash and Gideon for the masses

During the last Wild West eMonday, the Archive published a short story that turned out to be the most popular single posting of the entire weekend, with the story getting 51 comments. That story was Melanie by  Edward A. Grainger, otherwise known as David Cranmer. You can still find the story, HERE.

And now that hugely popular story is collected along with many others in a new eBook which is on sale at Amazon UK for a measly 69p. The eBook is doing remarkably well and is already shooting up Amazon's western charts. So follow our link to read Melanie for free and then take a trip up the Amazon and spend a wee bit of cash for a great western anthology.

Check it out - highly recommended western noir.

"Adventures of Cash Laramie and Gideon Miles is a western noir, short story collection spotlighting the thrilling tales of two deputy U.S. Marshals working in 1880s Wyoming Territory. Cash Laramie, raised by Native Americans, is known as the outlaw marshal for his unorthodox way of dealing with criminals and his cavalier approach to life. Gideon Miles is one of the first African American marshals in the service and has skills with guns, knives, and tracking that are unrivaled. This collection broaches issues like racism, child abuse, and morality."


David Cranmer said...

Thank you, Gary. And I appreciate everyone who has bought a copy of the Cash & Miles eBook. It has been an extraordinary couple of days.

Charles Gramlich said...

I'm about 2/3rds done.