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When seven-year-old Jeremy Doolin walks out the front door of his parents' campground cabin in the expansive Monongahela National Forest and disappears as if from the face of the Earth, the search begins in earnest. But for Dan Doolin, who will never give up on his son, the years are no barrier to finding him. But Jeremy had with him his G.I. Joe doll and six bronze proof National Forest coins from the Franklin Mint. Somehow, forty-three years later, two of the coins resurface; one in the same National Forest where Jeremy went missing and in the hand of an aging hiker who is found naked atop a mountain with his outstretched arms to the sky during a terrible storm, and the other appearing from the hands of an L.A. street preacher on the opposite side of the continent. But now, after all these years, Jeremy is also speaking to people in their minds, directing them separately toward an ultimate showdown with the forces of darkness that have placed the world on the brink of destruction again and again throughout history. With Tony Herter, a USDA engineer and pilot, Buford Crouch, a retired sheriff who was there for the original search all those years ago, Chuck Renwick, an L.A. County Special Crimes cop, Dan Doolin—who has changed his name to that of Hal Crooke so as to avoid having to go back to jail—has all the help he needs in the coming confrontation with the powers of darkness. But not if Bella Rider and Felton Rucker, two National Park employees, have anything to say about it.
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Bill Travis #19
When Julie convinces Bill that they must travel to Amarillo up in the Texas Panhandle to attend a dance benefit for a museum, knowing where his bread is buttered, Bill goes along. Well before the halfway point in the trip, however, they get an Amber Alert, and curiosity getting the better of him, Bill makes a call to the Austin Texas Rangers barracks. A kid has apparently been taken in Canyon, Texas, right along the path they are traveling. The trail leads to Felix Bruce, the now-retired FBI agent from The Last Call and Death On the Pedernales, and thus begins a trip by the two men down into Palo Duro Canyon to find the missing kid and the female kidnapper, and an adventure of greed, necessity, and sheer grit awaits. As Bill and Felix navigate the lost canyons and caves of Texas' largest canyon, they find there is far more than the vast empty spaces to explore; there is also the legend of lost gold in their path. With the greatest treasure ever known hanging in the balance, and death following closely behind, it's Bill Travis in his most heroic adventure by far in Amarillo Waltz.
Amarillo Waltz is the nineteenth book in the Bill Travis Mystery series.
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THE LONG GOODNIGHT
Bill Travis #18
It has been seventeen years since Keesha White abruptly appeared in Bill Travis' life out back of a run-down duplex in East Austin. Now she is a civil rights attorney with a special client who has a problem that only Bill can help resolve. Caro Wallace was once both a blues musician and a Negro League baseball player back in the ancient of days, but in his nineties he has been arrested for murder, and a "just-the-facts" detective wants to pin a string of serial murders on the old man as well. To help, Bill calls in his friend Tim Bryant, an East Texas author and blues music historian, and together the two men launch forward into Bill's most harrowing adventure yet, with more street fights, zinging bullets, and explosions than ever before.
The Long Goodnight is the eighteenth book in the Bill Travis Mystery series.
It is currently available on Amazon in ebook and trade paperback.
The Bill Travis Mysteries Poster
VintPrint presents the Bill Travis Mysteries Poster, featuring the covers of the first 13 novels in the series and the first 3 Omnibuses. This elegant poster, artistically crafted by the incomparable Elizabeth Mackey, is a must-have for the ultimate Bill Travis fan. Printed on heavy glossy paper, and measuring 24"x36" with a 1/4" white border for framing, Bill's adventures are graphically brought to life in the format approved by George Wier.
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THE BILL TRAVIS MYSTERIES
That's right, the entire Bill Travis Mystery series is available on Amazon. Get them while they're hot!
The series in order:
The Last Call
Longnecks & Twisted Hearts
The Devil To Pay
Death On The Pedernales
After The Fire
Ghost of the Karankawa
The Lone Star Express
Buffalo Bayou Blues
Reveille In Red
Bexar County Line
The Long Goodnight
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