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Thursday, 3 May 2012

Arkansas Smith returns

Regular readers of this blog will know that my hardcover bestseller Arkansas Smith finally became available on eBook earlier this week and many of you were aware of the sequel which would be published as a Kindle original - well it's out there now and you can buy it HERE

Arkansas Smith: The Tumbleweed Trail

For Jake Preston the offer of a position with his brother’s cattle operation in Kansas City couldn’t have come at a better time. At home in Wyoming things were not too good, the farm was failing and Jake and his family were facing an uncertain and scary future. And so Jake, his wife and three children packed up all their belongings worth taking and left in a small wagon, traveling overland, wanting to see the remaining wilderness before civilization gobbled it all up.

They took The Tumbleweed Trail, hoping to gain protection from the fabled spirit said to protect those who traveled the trail. And they needed protection too when a gang of merciless outlaws descend on them but that protection would not come from any paranormal entity but from a flesh and blood man – a man called Arkansas Smith. 

Why straight to Kindle? Well the book's been sitting on my hard-drive for more than a year. I was going to publish conventionally but as soon as I heard there would be an eBook version of Arkansas Smith I thought this would be a good opportunity to put out the sequel on the back of the original novel. This way new readers who enjoyed Arkansas would be able to jump straight into Arkansas Smith II.

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