Wild Boys - Catt Dahman Reviews
Description:Print Length: 201 pages / Publisher: J Ellington Ashton / Published: 3 Aug 2012
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Wild Boys is the first in a series of novels written by Catt "z is for zombie" Dahman set in the Wild West and featuring several notorious historical characters from that time in an alternative version of our past! Doc Holliday, trying and failing to hide his Tuberculosis, gathers in a small American town with some of his fellow gunslingers - never expecting to fall for one of the local women. But he has bigger problems than that and bigger fish to fry because a clan of vampires has made then town their latest feeding ground and it is not long before these gunslingers are being forced to draw down on a new breed of foe.... Though this book ... Read the complete review
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