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To Die in Glory

☆ To Die in Glory ✓ Stuart G.Yates - To Die in Glory, To Die in Glory Three men ride into the town of Glory and by the look of them they are not coming to enjoy themselves Their meeting with the local sheriff can only have one outcome and as the sheriff lies gunned do
  • Title: To Die in Glory
  • Author: Stuart G.Yates
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Kindle Edition

☆ To Die in Glory ✓ Stuart G.Yates, ☆ To Die in Glory ✓ Stuart G.Yates - To Die in Glory, To Die in Glory Three men ride into the town of Glory and by the look of them they are not coming to enjoy themselves Their meeting with the local sheriff can only have one outcome and as the sheriff lies gunned do
  • ☆ To Die in Glory ✓ Stuart G.Yates
    235 Stuart G.Yates
To Die in Glory

About Author

  1. Stuart G.Yates says:
    My first published book Cold Hell in Darley Dene written as Glenn Stuart was the culmination of years of trying to get myself into print Back in 1979 I submitted a novel to a publisher, and in 2009 Darley Dene was accepted Thirty years of honing my skills, and learning a lot about the world If I had the chance, I d almost certainly re write all of my books, improve them, make them solid, because the we write, the better we get.This is what has happened to Darley Dene It s now available as Lament for Darley Dene , re written and improved Soon, you will find the same with The Pawnbroker , a horror story which I am sure many out there will enjoy.My current day job is being a teacher, a job I love Without it I would not be able to continue to write it also gives me a wealth of characters and so many ideas The bills get paid too I write now as Stuart G Yates in a range of genres Unflinching is my best selling Western, but if you like historical fiction, thrillers or spine tingling horror, I am sure I have a title for you.For the moment, I live in Spain, which is not so wonderful as people try to make out, and I would dearly love to return to Old Blighty, find a little cottage and write full time Or the Philippines and be with my fiance, marry her, find happiness Dreams, but dreams that I am trying very hard to make true Afterall, it s dreaming what writers do bestn t they

Comment 573 on “To Die in Glory

  1. Bobby Sanders says:
    EnjoyedI m Becoming a fan of detective Simms I liked the way the story progressed I m sure it s not over Good read

  2. Barbara Lee Wood says:
    FLESH EATERS ON THE TRAIL Detective Simm s has lost his wife Noreen and hisson succumbed to possible pneumonia or tuberculosis Besides hostle, bone weary winters, and rampant diseases such typhoid fever, pneumonia, sepsis, cholera, scarlet fever all of which now days are controlled by vaccines and we must not forget smallpox which many settlers and Native Americans succumbed to Pregnant women who were faced with complicated births, usually died Poor diets and scarce medical help also added to th [...]

  3. Berk Rourke says:
    I started this series of three books, Unflinching, with the mindset of reading a really good western novel The first one was, in my judgment, the best of the three This book, To Die In Glory, is so far the final in the series I liked this book because I like the main character in these stories, Detective Simms of the Pinkerton Agency His character has real meat as a western man He is far from a perfect man, even falls into bed with a really evil character in this book, despite being in mourning [...]

  4. Colin White says:
    Not as good as the second instalment but left hanging for the next

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