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by Kent Conwell

eBook Promise to a Dead Man (Avalon Western) download ISBN: 0803497709
Author: Kent Conwell
Publisher: AmazonEncore (February 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 232
ePub: 1629 kb
Fb2: 1173 kb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: azw lit lrf txt
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Davy Nelson rode into Crockett, Texas, exhausted but pleased. He figured he had just about completed the promise he had made to his dying partner on the battlefield near Seven Pines, Virginia, two years earlier.

Davy Nelson rode into Crockett, Texas, exhausted but pleased. But, when he climbed down off his bay in front of Roche's saloon, he landed in enough trouble to forever change his life

Promise to a Dead Man book. After twenty-two westerns, he wrote his first mystery. He has won awards for short stories, screenplays, mysteries, and westerns.

Promise to a Dead Man book. Davy Nelson rode into Crockett, Texas, exhausted but pleased  . Books by Kent Conwell.

Kent Conwell grew up in the wide-open Texas Panhandle in the town of. . Galveston is Kent's first mystery for AVALON, although he has previously published twenty-one westerns.

Kent Conwell grew up in the wide-open Texas Panhandle in the town of Wheeler, population 848. His love of the West came naturally for his grandfather had run away from his Tennessee home when he was 14 to bullwhack his way to the Panhandle where he later met his future wife who had traveled from Illinois to Texas in a covered wagon. After moving to Fort Worth where Kent was more at home at the stockyards than school, he earned a .

Promise to a Dead Man, Avalon Books (New York, NY), 2006. Junction Flats Drifter, Avalon Books (New York, NY), 2007. The Swamps of Bayou Teche, Avalon Books (New York, NY), 2007. If readers can move into another world for a few hours, exercise their imaginations, and come away content, I'm happy.

Publisher of Romance, Historical Romance, Mystery and Western Novels. Avalon Books is pleased to announce our latest list of titles from new and veteran authors; Zelda Benjamin, Carolyn Hughey, Betsy Rogers, Victoria M. Johnson, Carolyn Brown, Hazel Statham, Matthew Williams, Eileen Key, Kent Conwell, and Scott Smith. New releases for August! 10 photos. 27 July 2011 ·. kentucky. Danville man, 87, gets first novel, a Western, published. The cowboy outfit his grandmother bought him when he was a child is probably what got Scott Smith interested in the Old West, he says.

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Kent Brockman is a fictional character in the animated television series The Simpsons. He is voiced by Harry Shearer and first appeared in the episode "Krusty Gets Busted". He is a grumpy, self-centered local Springfield news anchor

Kent Brockman is a fictional character in the animated television series The Simpsons. He is a grumpy, self-centered local Springfield news anchor

Kent Conwell grew up in the Texas Panhandle in the town of Wheeler, population 848. His love of the West came naturally, for his grandfather ran away from his Tennessee home when he was fourteen to bullwhack his way to the Panhandle.

Kent Conwell grew up in the Texas Panhandle in the town of Wheeler, population 848. There he met his future wife, who had traveled from Illinois to Texas in a covered wagon. After moving to Fort Worth, where he was more at home in the stockyards than at school, Kent earned a . Later, he moved to Port Neches, where he acquired a . d.

Davy Nelson rode into Crockett, Texas, exhausted but pleased. He figured he had just about completed the promise he had made to his dying partner on the battlefield near Seven Pines, Virginia, two years earlier.

But, when he climbed down off his bay in front of Roche's saloon, he landed in enough trouble to forever change his life. He hadn't counted on greedy Yankee carpetbaggers who were saddling local ranchers with usurious taxes to steal land for pennies on the dollar, especially since one of the ranches belonged to his dead partner's family. Knowing he had a battle on his hands, he hunkered down for the fight.

Outgunned ten to one, Davy Nelson fought back the way he learned in the Confederate Cavalry: hit and run, decimate the enemy, force them into fatal mistakes. And do it quick---before they hang you.

Comments: (7)
unmasked
I am half way through this book and enjoying it very much. All the traditional western characters are here, the good guys, the bad guys but the story holds. I am not bored nor do I feel like I am reading a rerun. I will be reading more from Conwell.
THOMAS
This is also the first book written by Ken Conwell that I have enjoyed. I found it to be a typical western story line, but with some twists and turns that made it a vary enjoyable read. I will be searching for other of his story's..
Molace
An enjoyable tale about a good hearted stranger standing up for the weak, even though he has no stake in the out come.
Good western by Kent Conwell.
Kearanny
Good guy bad guy with a couple of twists. It is a good fast read and in some ways predictable, but thaqt is what makes it a comfortable experience. I did enjoy the book
Arlana
I am a big fan of Conwell's westerns. His knowledge of the period is dependable and extensive--but mostly he's just a thumping good storyteller. I write in other genres, and reading one of Conwell's books is always a reviving vacation for me.
Cildorais
Entertaining and an easy read. I enjoyed this book. Author was new to me. Just starteds reading Westerns and I'm finding them fun
Tholmeena
This is a good read. The author kept my interest from beginning to the end. I will be looking for more of his books.
I will give Promise To A Dead Man at least a four star review. I thought this book was very well written and exciting right up to the very end.
I recommend this book for all ages, and for anyone that loves Westerns as I do!!!