It’s called They All Died and you can get it for $0.99 on Amazon, iTunes, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo.
The book is just 51 pages long, so it’s a short read.
For the most part, this is a book I wrote in fits and starts while wondering what to do on the next chapter of my larger novels.
So this book is pretty much writing that I do for fun.
I think it’s fun to read, too. In fact, when I read through it for the last time today I did so in one sitting.
The book grabs you, both with its unique style and quick action.
I say unique style because it’s a Point of View book where we see 12 characters as they work their way up the chain of command for the state. We have each new point of view beginning when the last point of view character died.
“From the killer’s eyes,” might have been another title.
Anyways, it’s a fun short novella that's set in Montana in 1867.
Bandits, gamblers, vigilantes, sheriffs, marshals, and even the acting governor of the territory.
I'll be selling it for $0.99 permanently, and I’m even thinking of giving it out free to email subscribers.
I think I’ll write more of these short western novellas as well.
I really like my 1860s Montana Territory map and I think I could have some fun with places like Sun River, Nevada City, and even far-off Carroll.
Hell, I better start doing some research and tell you what those places are, huh?
For now, sit back and have some fun reading They All Died.
I know you will.