Wes Crowley Texas Ranger

Wes Crowley Texas Ranger

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Author: Harvey Stanbrough
Publisher: GD Publishing
Length: 136 page(s)
Written: July 2015
Sales Rank: - XinXii Sales Rank
Views: 1525

Category: Fiction & Literature » Novels  |  Work: Novel
Keywords: western, Texas Panhandle, old west, Texas Rangers, Comanche, Comancheria, Amarillo

The story of Texas Ranger Wes Crowley continues in book 3.

Wes Crowley Texas Ranger is the third prequel and Book 3 in the Wes Crowley saga. Although the titles eventually are arranged chronologically, each also is a stand-alone novel. In Wes Crowley Texas Ranger, Wes and his buddy Mac have come a long way in the Rangers. Both are corporals in Amarillo, in the heart of the traditional Comanche homeland. They continue to battle Comanches, comancheros and banditos while making new friends and losing old ones. But of course, Four Crows, who rose to power as a war chief in their first year with the Rangers, still reigns supreme over the the plains and arroyos of the north Texas panhandle.

In Wes Crowley Texas Ranger, the story of the Talbot brothers continues into the next generation. This is the final trilogy, and as such it bridges the gap between Comanche Fire and Leaving Amarillo. We see new Rangers sworn in who later are killed or leave. If you've read from the first book (The Rise of a Warrior) you will say goodbye to longtime friends. But then you will also welcome some new ones who will continue into the future. Welcome. I hope you're enjoying the ride.

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Eric Stringer (the borderline psychotic persona of Harvey Stanbrough) is a miserably failed newspaper reporter whose father was obsessed with one soft spot after another and whose mother didn’t love him enough to care that she didn’t love him enough. She swapped him to a camel jocky she met along the border in southern California for a hit off his crack pipe and a swing on his banana hammock.

Eric was born in poverty and clawed his way up to debauchery and tearing the wings off young maidens. Once he got out of prison for failing to vote multiple times in an election (he lived in Chicago at the time, and the law’s the law) he began to write stories about all the strange and unusual things he saw. Some of them were actually there.

See more of Eric's work at HarveyStanbrough.com.

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