John Erwin is the author of "Into the Snow: The Testimony and Last Will of Jedediah P. Carpenter," a historical novel based on the legend of a dance-hall girl name Silverheels who had a Colorado mountain named in her honor. He is also the author of several short stories and he has several works in progress. He lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains near Denver with his wife and three cats.
Into the Snow: The Testimony and Last Will of Jedediah P. Carpenter
by John Erwin
In the summer of 1858, young Jedediah P. Carpenter finds himself orphaned and alone on the Oregon trail in the middle of Nebraska Territory. He also finds himself smitten with the beautiful Emma Cooper, three years his senior, who has ridden off into the morning sunrise with the despicable Zeke Jones. Jed's will to reach his family's...
What does it take to push a normal citizen over the edge and turn him into a freedom fighter raging against the Machine? This short story takes you onto urban streets into a blinding snowstorm and into the bowels of the city's storm sewers as the Urban Yeti dispenses justice in a world gone mad.
Categories: Action and Adventure; All Mystery, Crime & Thrillers
by John Erwin
Eight short stories that span many times and places and do not fit neatly into any genre pigeonholes. Titles include "Reflections in a Plate Glass Window," "Skeet's Revenge," "Raging Against the Machine," "The Snow in Cheyenne," "Seeds of Insurrection," "A Change of Season," "Mutant Trappers," and "After the Flood."
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