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Milton T. Burton, acclaimed author of The Rogue's Game, The Sweet and the Dead and most recently Nights of the Red Moon, has pulled together 17 short stories in a collection called Texas Noir. He starts with a hay baler in A Good Beginning, we're introduced to Sam MacCord in a couple of stories and Bo Handel makes an appearance. Milton tries his hand at, of all things, a vampire tale and nails it. Wild Bill Throckett gets hanged, not once but three times! He ends this round with a simple e-mail exchange between a hit man and his lover's husband.
|Publisher:||Down and Out Books|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||804 KB|
About the Author
Milton was born in 1947 in East Texas and raised locally. He has been employed as a college teacher, cattleman, and political consultant. He has four grown children as well as four grandchildren. He is very much a partisan of the South.