Robert Pepper Books

 

Authored By Robert Pepper

 Under Clementine Ridge and other Western Stories
 
These are a few of my edgier western stories. The good guys are good, and the bad guys are really bad. Sometimes the point of view, as in the short story Buck, will surprise you.  
 
The Return of Juan Bautista, Jacob’s Crossing, and of course, Ghost, are westerns with supernatural overtones. The Return… is about a retired bandido who has been asked by his lost but not forgotten love to return her to her home for burial. Jacob’s Crossing is about a family stranded in a snow storm in 1880, and their unexpected help in finding their way out. Ghost is about a ghost who won’t let go of the man she loves.  
And then, there are other stories that I hope you, Dear Reader, will find entertaining, such as Pegg’s Plight, Hell Followed with Him, and The Tin Box

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Authored By Robert Pepper

Down to Parral: and other short stories

Down To Parral – and other Short Stories Dear Reader, Why should you read short stories? Novels are great, but don’t stop reading because you don’t have time for a novel. The short stories in this book offer rich characterization, plot, and emotion. This book features four short stories that follow the early adventures of Secret Service agent, Booth Macks. The stories flow from Tough Guy, which takes place in the year 1920, to Serpent Queen, The Killing Klan, and ends with, The Dam Murderers, which happens in 1935. In the Shadows is a story about a ghost who doesn’t know he’s dead. Getting Out deals with a brutal sheriff. The Cowboy and The Princess is a fictionalized story based on an actual event. Down to Parral may be the most interesting and bizarre story you’ve ever read. So, go ahead. Read some short stories. Read some great short stories. Like the one’s in this book. Read until your eyes fall out of your head, and then have someone read to you. Read. Read. Read. Robert Pepper

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