Friday, August 19, 2011

Vulture Gold, originally a BHW, is a finalist




Originally published as a Black Horse Western, Hale returned the rights to me and Western Trail Blazers published Vulture Gold first as an e-Book, then as a printed book. I sent the book to Dan Poynter's Global e-Book Awards competition and was notified that VG is a finalist.

Garet Havelock was a Cherokee half-breed and the marshal of Vulture City. But that wasn’t enough to stop outlaw kingpin Barnabas Donovan from sending in three armed men to rob $100,000 in bullion from the Vulture Mine headquarters, killing two people in the process. Havelock set out to catch the thieves and recover the gold and in the unforgiving Mojave Desert, Jicarilla Apaches forced Havelock and Donovan’s bunch together in a cave on Eagle Eye Mountain. Then there was Laura Donovan, half-sister to the outlaw leader . . . Now Havelock must survive the Apache ‘run of death” and face Donovan’s gunslingers to get the gold and the girl.

Available as an e-Book here.

3 comments:

Beth Elliott said...

Congratulations on being a finalist. It just shows that putting your books out again is well worth the effort.

Good luck in the competition.

Margaret Muir said...

Congratualtions. Hope the new edition sells well, Chuck.

Nik said...

And the winner wasn't Vulture Gold, after all - it was Chuck's western The Snake Den published by Solstice Publishing. Congratulations, Charlie!
Nik Morton
Editor in Chief, Solstice Publishing