Arch Tasker has everything he ever wanted in his life except the one most important thing. He's a multi-millionaire with a grand home, a collection of fine cars, rare and valuable art donning the walls of his palatial mansion, and above all the love of his life as his wife. There's only one problem: Arch's wife, Susan, has contracted an amoeba that has virtually destroyed her mind, and now she sits in a vegetative state in the home they share under the care of a twenty-four hour nurse, and Arch's existence has become one of isolation and continual pain.

Into his life, seemingly from nowhere, comes Erin Cloud Shadow Smith, the sole daughter of a Lipan Apache mother and Scotch-Irish itinerant farmer. The sad tale of her life thus far, told in the course of a single night in a late-night diner, cements the two of them together. Erin is younger than Arch by ten years, she is single, and at loose ends with herself and existence. But it becomes apparent that she needs him as much as he needs her. Thus begins their rise into the heavens of erotic ecstasy and their ultimate fall down into the abyss of tragedy as the overwhelming factors that stand in their way—unmitigated hate, self-loathing, jealousy, and the darkest of betrayals—seek to destroy them both, whether separately or together.

This is a frank but disturbing tale of desire, need, and unbridled raw emotion. It is also a story about what it essentially means to be human.

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Twenty-three men and thirty-six sled dogs travel to Antarctica aboard a sailing ship converted to steamer in the year 1888, ostensibly to find the South Pole. During the trek across the frozen wastes they begin dying grisly deaths one by one at the hands on an apparent madman and when the goal of the quest appears to be other than the South Pole, conspiracy and mutiny are the dinner guests. In a hot-blooded and at times searing cold 19th Century voice, George Wier populates a historically accurate setting with flesh-and-blood desperate men in a deft and breathless yarn. In Neptune’s Forge you can taste the whale blubber, smell the burning coal-oil and feel the biting cold. And like Antarctica itself, this one’s not for the faint-of-heart.

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Buffalo Bayou Blues Bill Travis #15 by George Wier

Jem is an orphan living in the floating city of Cirrus. As the dreaded Horn attack, Jem and his friends are scooped up in the adventure of a lifetime when the floating orphanage, Janus, is destroyed. Not only must Jem, Crowen, Kaetu, and a mec named Goat survive aboard a Horn capital ship, but they must find a way to save each other and all of Skye. In order to do so, Jem and his friends soon find themselves in the crosshairs of the two greatest fleets ever assembled with a battle coming that may bring nightfall upon Earth forever. But there is hope in a well-kept secret buried beneath a mountain far below in the Land left devastated by the two-hundred year-old holocaust.

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An Anthology of Short Stories

It's HERE!

As dark as midnight and as palpable as a scream, this anthology contains a collection of short stories and poems from master storyteller, the Titan of Texas Fiction, George Wier.  

14 Texas Tales of Crime
a short story anthology by Austin Mystery Writers

Now Available!

14 short tales. Needless to say, everything that can go wrong, will.

With short stories by George Wier,  Valerie P Chandler, Alexandra Burt, Mark Pryor, Gale Albright, Janice Hamrick, Laura Oles, Terry Shames, Larry D. Sweazy, Kaye George, Manning Wolfe, Kathy Waller, and Scott Montgomery. Edited by Ramona DeFelice Long.  

Cold Rains: A Jim Rains Thriller by George Wier


A Jim Rains Thriller

Jim Rains is no slouch when it comes to tracking down and bringing to justice society’s roughest criminals, but Melissa Sossville—blue eyes, cornsilk blond hair, perfect figure and no more than 95 lbs. soaking wet—may be his ultimate match. She’s the stuff of every man’s dreams, and she’s also Jim’s worst nightmare, because while the law may be on his side, Missy usually gets her way, come hell or...worse.


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Errant Knight by George Wier


A Mystery


Ten years ago, Shelby Knight turned in his badge and put his gun under glass. Since that time there hasn’t been a day he hasn’t replayed the shooting death of Aiden Holloway in his mind. When a man kills another man, it changes him forever on the inside. While lost and adrift amid the pieces of his unreconstructed life, Knight is brought in for questioning regarding a recent murder. His own gun has been used in a cold-blooded killing—the ballistics match, he has no alibi, and the police brotherhood of which he was once a well-loved and respected member is now out to nail him to the wall.

Long after the press has dubbed him “The Black Knight,” Shelby takes the fight for his life to the streets in the persona of a self-styled vigilante complete with armor, shield and sword. Only from behind the protection and anonymity of a medieval steel shell can he discover the truth before the killer strikes yet again. But what are these disturbing dreams where he’s killing people he’s never met? Is his only friend the killer? Is it a conspiracy? Or is there a hidden, darker half of himself that takes pleasure in bloodshed?


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Sentinel in Elysium by George Wier


A Mystery


It’s 1975, two years before the murder of Delores Fogel shocked the Central Texas town of Elysium, setting up the chain of events that would lead to the post-millennium conclusion to the mystery in Murder In Elysium. Michael Lee “Mucho Love” Harper, Elysium’s Chief of Police, has a double-murder on his hands–but this is the strangest killing of his career. The Childresses were wealthy and they had their fingers in every slice of local pie. They were, however, hermits, hoarders, and the owners of a chain of funeral parlors that stretched from the Gulf Coast to El Paso. Mucho Love, Elysium’s sentinel, must delve into the minds of the killer and the victims if he intends to keep his job–a monumental task, because the powers-that-be want anything but a resolution.


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Captains Malicious by George Wier


by T.R. Harris & George Wier


The alien Vixx'r have occupied the Reaches for the past 6 years, and Robert Kincaid has had his fill of oppression at the claws of the lizard-like beings. Although wealthy by any standard, Kincaid is stripped of his station and imprisoned for speaking out against the Vixxies, as they are called. But once free, his real plan emerges. He will take the fight to them, and no power in the universe can stop the depredations of the infamous Captain Malicious.


The greatest danger of all looms on the horizon of the Planet Ione, all but forgotten by faraway Earth. This new danger could be the deathknell for the hope of freedom in the Reaches. On the eve of triumph comes the threat of disaster: galactic peace.


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Murder In Elysium by George Wier


A Mystery




“The small Texas town of Elysium isn’t a happy place. Shane Robeling, the chief of police, has had a hand in the release of a man convicted of murder nearly thirty years ago. When the man returns to town, resentments flare, old secrets are exposed, and trouble follows. Lots of trouble. The pace is fast, the characters could be your Texas neighbors, and  George Wier has another winner. Check it out.”
—Bill Crider, author of the Sheriff Dan Rhodes Mysteries.

“George Wier has done it again! Murder in Elysium is the multi-layered, dark tale of a decades old murder in this small, picturesque Texas town. Police Chief Shane Robeling still searches for the killer, and his association with Elysium is…complicated. Razor sharp, distinctive characters and a wicked, twisting storyline; these are Wier’s forte, and he is at the top of his game in this tale of murder, secrets, and lies in a town whose surface beauty hides both violence and depravity underneath.”
—Billy Kring, author of the Hunter Kincaid mystery series.

“There’s a reason George Wier ranks among my favorite authors. The man is a first class storyteller who never fails to entertain me with his captivating tales of Texas intrigue and mystery. He’s done it again with Murder in Elysium, the story of an old murder in a small town where secrets and betrayal lurk just below the calm surface, and you never know what skeletons hang in the closets of the folks you nod to on Main Street or sit next to at the counter of the diner. Don’t start this book until you have time to read it all the way through because like all of Wier’s books, you won’t be able to put it down!”
—Nick Russell, Author of the Big Lake mystery series.

“George Wier writes the kind of mysteries that make you skip the chores or forget what's on TV, because you just want to read one more chapter. Then another. Add Murder in Elysium to that list. If you haven't discovered Wier yet, you’re in luck, because he has more than a dozen novels waiting to keep you entertained.”
—Ben Rehder, Author of the Blanco County mystery series.

“The rot that lies beneath the veneer of small-town friendliness is George Wier’s fodder in his masterful Murder In Elysium. In Shane Robeling, he has a detective that should be the replacement on the sad day that Bill Travis (of The Bill Travis Mysteries) finally has his last adventure. With enough clues to point to any and everyone, this mystery will keep you guessing until the final chilling reveal.”
—Robert A. Taylor, Author of Warp and The Lascaux Nightmare, and the creator of Today In Alternate History.


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It’s murder in paradise.

Who killed local debutante Delores Fogel in the sleepy, Central Texas town of Elysium? Benjamin LeFren was exonerated for the crime and released from jail thirty years after the fact, thanks in part to Shane Robeling, former FBI Agent and now Elysium’s Chief of Police. But now Shane is not so sure of LeFren’s innocence. When LeFren shows up in Elysium, Shane must now guard the supposed monster from the townspeople he has sworn to protect, and the only way to do that is to hire him as his ranch foreman, thus—in theory—keeping him out of harm’s way. But then the psychological warfare begins. As the local death toll begins to mount, Shane must discover whether it is LeFren carrying out the killings, an old accomplice, or a sinister conspiracy thirty years dead and gone.


Available as an ebook on KINDLE. Also now available in trade paperback.


'14 A Texanthology by George Wier


The Short Stories of George Wier


14 short stories by George Wier, author of The Bill Travis Mysteries and numerous other works, with a Foreword by poet Steven Thomas. Included are: Duckweed, The Eternal, The Grid, The Leonids, The Coat Man, The Field, Blood Anthem, The Woodsman, Death Kiss, In the Radio, The Devil and Mr. Tom Bean, Nickel Cup, Struck, and They Sure Make Good Potatoes at the Mayhill Cafe.


"One of the best up-and-coming authors of our time." -Steven Thomas, Poet


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1889: Journey To The Moon by George Wier


The first book of


It's 1889, and eleven people are on a strange steam-powered spaceship to the Moon. Included in the crew are such unlikely passengers and crew as: Billy The Kid, Nikola Tesla, Jack The Ripper, a Sioux warrior out for the blood of George Armstrong Custer (who did not die at the Little Bighorn), a Cossack warrior-princess, a battery of robots, a half-man and half-cyborg engineer, a Punjabi mathematician and linguist, a big-game hunter from Africa, and the grandson of Blackbeard the Pirate, not to mention the genius who designed the ship. There are aliens on the Moon with evil intentions, the robots are wound a little too tightly, and no one knows that the Ripper is along for the ride except for the Londoner himself.


What could possibly go wrong?


This book has been co-authored with Billy Kring, a South Texas mystery-thriller and western author. Look him up here!


The sequel, 1899: Journey to Mars, is currently being written.



Kring & Wier vault to the head of the burgeoning steampunk genre with this hyper-extrapolated, richly detailed saga. Every nut and bolt is tightened in place, and the cast of characters is a rogue's gallery of 19th Century mad scentists, outlaws and adventurers. I haven't had this much fun going to the Moon since H. G. Wells sent Bedford and Cavor into the sky.
K. W. Jeter, author of Infernal Devices and Fiendish Schemes.

Reads in the best way like a lost Jules Verne and H.G. Wells collaboration. Sense of wonder and the magic of great storytelling drive this fast-paced, steam-driven tale to a stunning conclusion with some adventurous stops along the way.
Joe R. Lansdale, author of Cold in July and The Bottoms.

1889: Journey to the Moon is a rip-roaring steampunk thrill-ride with a wonderful cast of characters. Bring on the sequel!
Bill Crider, author of the Sheriff Dan Rhodes Mysteries.

Kring and George Wier elevate the Steampunk genre to its pinnacle in 1889: Journey to the Moon. More than Verne, more than Wells, these two have created a thrill-a-minute adventure with a menagerie of unlikely characters, such as Billy the Kid, Nikola Tesla, George Custer and so many others. And what's truly amazing, the science is plausible! This book will astound and entertain. Add in the special bonus of authentic language, dress and mannerisms, and you have the makings for a classic SF/steampunk novel that will go down in history—or rewrite it!
T.R. Harris, author of The Fringe Worlds


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1899: Journey To Mars by George Wier


A Steampunk Novel
By Billy Kring and George Wier


It’s been ten years since the ill-fated voyage of the Arcadia to the Moon. In that time, Billy and Ekka have married and raised their son, Dakota. But Billy Gostman—once known as Billy The Kid—has done anything but settle down. Billy’s eyes have been on the night sky and his thoughts have been on rescuing the last survivor of the Arcadia expedition, John Koothrappally. But agents from governments around the world are scrambling for the secret of the incredible space-faring ship, and will stop at nothing. When Pat Garrett shows up in Waco to question Billy at the behest of President McKinley, the agents of a secret world power close in with their deadly clones and Westinghouse robot. Billy, Ekka, Dakota, and Pat—along with their own Tesla Guardian Ultra 3 robot (or “Guthrie”, for short), must first rescue an old friend on Ceylon from execution before charging once again into the ether aboard Billy’s new ship, Argent—with Mars as their destination! Along the way they pick up former Captain John Carter (C.S.A) and his sidekick Ian, and Bixie Cottontree, a voodoo priestess and seer. It’s war in space and an even greater war on the distant world named for the God of War himself. And this time, the odds are even longer.


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The Vindicators 1 by Robert A. Taylor and George Wier


Man has deadly enemies out among the stars. Enemies who wield overwhelming power. The galaxy may be large, but is there room enough for both an alien race consumed by greed and a helpless planet ripe for plunder--the Earth?


Michael Thorn is a problem to himself, his family and everyone around him. It runs far more deeply than that, however. When Michael is around ships sink, people die and everything in general goes wrong. In essence, nothing is safe. But Michael, cast off by his wealthy family to wander the globe, may be mankind's last hope.


Co-written with Robert A. Taylor. Visit his site here.


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Long Fall From Heaven by George Wier and Milton T. Burton


Cueball Boland and Micah Lanscomb—both ex-cops with troubled pasts—stumble into the path of a serial killer. The murderer leads them into the dark history of Galveston when the city was Texas’ Sin City. The killer has roots sunk deep into that history, but the FBI and the old Galveston families don’t want Cueball and Micah to solve the crimes. Listen closely. There’s an echo of another serial killer who stalked the city back during World War II.

With an almost encyclopedic knowledge of the historic underbelly of Galveston and a ringing feel for dialogue, Long Fall From Heaven carries us along on a sordid yet seamless narrative of murderous mayhem.​

Craig Johnson, author of the Walt Longmire Mysteries, the basis for A&E's hit series Longmire.

Dark and violent as a Gulf storm, Long Fall from Heaven shows us a Galveston full of fascinating characters, secrets, and conspiracies.  Cueball and Michah are a team readers can root for.

Bill Crider, author of the Sheriff Dan Rhodes Mysteries.​​

Rich in history, Wier and Burton evoke the Galveston I knew from my days with the Galveston News in the 1960s.Bill Hobby, former Lieutenant Governor of Texas


Long Fall From Heaven has everything you want in a Texas crime novel---dark history, dry wit, characters that are both larger than life and believable, and a true voice. Micah Lanscomb and Cueball Boland may become, like McMurtry's Gus and Call, true legends of Texas fiction. I hope Wier makes their exploits into a series we can be reading for years to come.Scott Montgomery, BookPeople/MysteryPeople


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Lone Star Noir with George Wier
LONE STAR NOIR - An Anthology​

Edited by Bobby Bryd and Johnny Byrd



Published by Akashic Books, 2009, Lone Star Noir is another installment of Akashic's famous Noir Series, and features gritty crime and mystery fiction from some of today's greats and at least one newcomer. In this instance, the newcomer is George Wier (and his short story, "Duckweed". Other authors include: Lisa Sandlin, Claudia Smith, David Corbett  Luis Alberto Urrea, Tim Tingle, James Crumley, Jessica Powers, Joe R. Lansdale, Milton T. Burton, Sarah Cortez, Jesse Sublett, Dean James, Ito Romo, and Bobby Byrd.

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The Last Call: Bill Travis Mystery #1 by George Wier
THE LAST CALL - A Bill Travis Mystery #1​



Bill Travis believes that he may not live the most exciting of lives, yet when Julie Simmons steals two million dollars from North Texas quarter horse racer and illegal liquor baron Archie Carpin, the last of a dynasty of criminals from the 1920's, thus ensues a chase across the Lone Star State to recover the money. Carpin's cohorts may seem simple-minded, yet their penchant for sniper rifles and high-explosives makes for a reckless and deadly quarry. Yet, through all this action the compelling tale of another mystery--the 80-year unclosed missing-persons file of a U.S. Marshall--begins to unravel.

The Last Call starts with a protagonist on the edge of an impending midlife crisis. Add a blond and an old friend with a fetish for high explosives, and you have the kickoff of a first-rate crime novel. George Wier writes with wit, verve, and a gut-bucket knowledge of Texas and those who people its quirky underside. This book does not disappoint.

Milton T. Burton, author of These Mortal Remains.

​George Wier's The Last Call has it all: a great setting, characters you care about, a little Texas history, and a twisty plot that's built Texas tough. Get it before last call!

Bill Crider, author of the Sheriff Dan Rhodes Mysteries.

Available on Amazon in Ebook format, trade paperback, and audiobook.

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Capitol Offense: Bill Travis Mystery #2 by George Wier
CAPITOL OFFENSE - A Bill Travis Mystery #2​



When Death Row inmate Norman Howell drops a tidbit about how he and his father once helped the current Texas Governor get rid of competing Vietnamese fishermen with the use of high-powered explosives, Bill Travis has to decide whether to kick (and awaken) this particular sleeping dog, or whether to let it go. But when the Governor's men come calling for him, all hell breaks loose.

Available in: Trade Paperback and Kindle

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Longnecks and Twisted Hearts: Bill Travis Mystery #3 by George Wier
A Bill Travis Mystery #3



What is the "blue bone" and what does a seventeeth century ship have to do with East Texas? When Bill Travis gets the word that his best friend has been murdered, he not only must take a trip back to the town where he grew up, he must come face to face with some old ghosts who were better left alone. What secrets lie hidden beneath the lush countryside where Bill grew up and what darker, more ancient secret will he unearth?

Available in: Trade Paperback and Kindle.

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The Devil To Pay: Bill Travis Mystery #4 by George Wier
THE DEVIL TO PAY - A Bill Travis Mystery #4​



When Phil Burnet retired as curator of the Texas Rangers Museum, he had no way of knowing his first days of retirement would be his last. When Perry Reilly discovers Bernet's body in Town Lake, Bill Travis must investigate in order to clear his friend, Texas Ranger Walt Cannon.

It is clear from the start, however, that Walt is far more deeply involved than he cares to admit, because when love, betrayal, greed and Satanic worship are thrown into the mix, sometimes there is hell to pay.

Available in: Trade Paperback and Kindle.


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Bill Travis Omnibus #1 by George Wier


Contains the first 4 Bill Travis Mysteries:

     The Last Call

     Capitol Offense

     Longnecks & Twisted Hearts

     The Devil To Pay

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Death on the Pedernales: Bill Travis Mystery #5 by George Wier
DEATH ON THE PEDERNALES - A Bill Travis Mystery #5​


Who killed Edgar Bristow, millionaire philanthropist and war hero? In a small town where everyone knows everyone else, the list of suspects can be every person you meet. What dark secrets wait for the man who is unafraid to turn over any stone. And will the killer strike again, before Bill Travis can get to the truth?

Available on Kindle.

Also now available in Trade Paperback.


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Slow Falling: Bill Travis Mystery #6 by George Wier
SLOW FALLING - A Bill Travis Mystery #6​


When the old man who is covered in dirt walks into the country honky-tonk and says "The Falling," right before dropping dead, Bill Travis has to penetrate the gathering dark cloak of secrecy surrounding his death and get to the truth before a team of nuclear regulators can rake the entire incident under the carpet. Bill, with his former partner, Hank Sterling--who has now been "recalled to life"--must make a mad dash across the desolate West Texas landscape to save the life of Moe Keithley, a Harley-riding bankruptcy lawyer who is in over his head and may very well be the most radioactive man in the Northern Hemisphere.


Available on Kindle.


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Caddo Cold: Bill Travis Mystery #7 by George Wier
CADDO COLD - A Bill Travis Mystery #7


Why is the fifty-year-old secret of a missing military transport plane motivating some desperate men to begin setting deathtraps for Bill Travis, his client Holt Gatlin, and anyone else involved? To what lengths will they go to stop Bill for good? Does Holt Gatlin hold the cure to mankind's myriad diseases and possibly the answer to immortality itself, or is he instead the host for an ancient evil? To find the answer Bill must have the help of the most unlikely sidekick of all.


Available on KindleTrade Paperback, and audiobook.

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Arrowmoon: Bill Travis Mystery #8 by George Wier
ARROWMOON - A Bill Travis Mystery #8​

ASIN: B008A89PM8

What do a leather journal from a previous century, a loaded pistol, and an old safe hidden in an aging barn have to do with a court order that halts the completion of a Texas highway project? Why are snipers taking pot-shots at Lief Prescott, the highway construction manager, and Bill Travis, whom Lief has called in to help?To answer these questions, Bill Travis must get to the heart of a century-old conspiracy before he himself becomes a casualty in a secret war.


Available on Kindle.

Now available in Trade Paperback!


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Bill Travis Mystery Omnibus #2 by George Wier


Contains the second 4 Bill Travis Mysteries:

     Death On The Pedernales

     Slow Falling

     Caddo Cold


Available on Kindle.

After The Fire: Bill Travis Mystery #9 by George Wier


Bill Travis #9


It all began with the untimely death of Sol Gunderson's prize billygoat, Bebe. Since then, someone is out to stop anyone from discovering the truth back of the animal's demise, particularly Bill Travis and his daughter Jessica. Was it toxic chemical waste dumped into Boggy Creek out behind Gunderson's goat farm? Was it radioactive materials? Now Sol is running around shooting his mouth off like a loose cannon, while someone is drawing a bead on Bill and Jessica.

AFTER THE FIRE is the ninth book in the Bill Travis Mystery series.


Note that this edition contains (as bonus material) the first Bill Travis short story, Minton's Legacy.


Available on Kindle. Now available in Trade Paperback!


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Bill Travis #10


Ghost of the Karankawa: Bill Travis Mystery #10 by George Wier

What are these shrieks in the night in the small, historic Texas Gulf Coast town of Anahuac, and what is the Ghost-killer? Worse yet, why is the last person to hear the shriek dead, his body now as devoid of moisture as a 3,000 year-old mummy? Sometimes doing a favor for a friend and client can wind Bill Travis hip-deep in trouble, and this time is no exception. To get to the heart of the matter, Bill must take his wife and his dog along for the trip and make contact with Wolf Dillard, a self-styled Sasquatch hunter who has a story to tell that is beyond belief.

GHOST OF THE KARANKAWA is the tenth book in the Bill Travis Mystery series.


This edition also contains the short story "The Woodsman" at the end.


Available on Kindle.


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Desperate Crimes: Bill Travis Mystery #11 by George Wier

When Jennifer Travis's piano teacher, Todd Landry, goes missing, Bill Travis has to pull out of all the stops to find him before her upcoming piano recital. Along for the ride is not only Jennifer herself, but also her pet ferret, Morgan Freeman, and Bill's old running buddy, Hank Sterling. Zig-zagging all over the map on the trail of an elusive Todd (whom people keep calling "Sam") the team encounters a host of interesting characters including the members of a dynastic millionaire family with enough skeletons in their collective closet to fill a boneyard. It's murder, mayhem, conspiracy and intrigue at a fever pitch for Bill Travis and company.


Desperate Crimes is the 11th installment in the Bill Travis Mystery series.


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Bill Travis #11


Mexico Fever: Bill Travis Mystery #12 by George Wier
MEXICO FEVER - Bill Travis #12


Former Governor Dick Sawyer may be dying, but he has one final mission for Bill Travis. Bill has to fly to Piste, Mexico, to find Walt Cannon, friend and retired Texas Ranger who disappeared while on the trail of a man named Sunlight, a ruthless killer, drug lord, revolutionary and cult leader. Sunlight wants to return Mexico to the rule of the ancient Maya, but between the jungle and the ruins of a civilization long dead is the most dangerous animal of all--the Mexican Army. With the help of a Mexican police captain, a little girl, and an ornery donkey, Bill Travis must go toe-to-toe with his most dangerous enemy yet in order to save a friend.


Mexico Fever is the 12th installment in the Bill Travis Mystery series.


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Coming soon in trade paperback!

The Lone Star Express: Bill Travis Mystery #13 by George Wier
Bill Travis #13

Bill Travis must ride the rails across a Texas he's never before experienced in order to fulfill a friend's dying wish. But the forces arrayed against him are both formidable and downright vicious. This is Bill Travis as you've never seen him in the wildest ride of all time!

Now available from Amazon!

Trinity Trio: Bill Travis Mystery #14 by George Wier
Bill Travis #14

When Bill Travis is asked to travel to the insular East Texas town of Carter to do a favor for his business partner, Bill has to bail a woman out of jail for the attempted murder of a United States Senator, and a pair of Texas Rangers stars get pinned to both Bill’s and his sidekick Hank’s chests. The investigation goes south, however, when the local Sheriff seems to somehow be  involved in a conspiracy to hide the truth. To top things off, there’s a speed demon on the loose tearing up the town, Hank may very well be head-over-heels in love with the bail bondswoman, and Tanya—the woman Bill must free—along with the Sheriff’s wife, Loraine, and the Senator’s wife, Mildred, constitute the Trinity Trio, an unholy alliance holding all the real power in the region. It’s Bill Travis with a badge, a gun, and no-holds-barred action, as well as a mystery that evaporates like smoke with every spin of the revolver’s breech.

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Buffalo Bayou Blues: Bill Travis Mystery #15 by George Wier
Bill Travis #15

Houston, Texas may be the blues capitol of the world, but when aging blues musician and Vietnam veteran Willard “Cottonmouth” Dalton is asked to kill a man, only Bill Travis can sort out why and get to the bottom of a war between two competing blues taverns and discover the identity of who stands behind a seeming accidental death, an explosion, and a brutal murder—all within a single day and night! Darkness, death and danger stalk the dirty piers of the ship channel and the back street jive joints, but Bill Travis is no stranger to any of them, as what unfolds becomes a deadly confrontation and a climactic fight for his life to the final bars of the darkest ballad of his career.

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Bill Travis #16

Bill Travis is overdue to take his wife on a getaway vacation, and with two tickets for a tour of the Central Texas wine country in hand (bought to assuage his biting conscience) Julie accompanies him on the trip. It just so happens, however, that Bill is also interested in an unsolved murder at a winery near Trantor's Crossing. Thus begins the bus trip of a lifetime with a gruff female bus driver at the wheel and a coterie of bored couples with time on their hands and an unquenchable thirst for alcohol made in Texas vineyards. But around Bill Travis the action can get a little intense, particularly when someone doesn't want him to press the issue any further. Ensues more fist fights, shootouts, helicopter assaults, and even confrontations with a deadly motorcycle gang than anything Bill Travis has ever encountered before.

With heart-pounding action seeping from every wine-stained page, Reveille In Red is the sixteenth (and much overdue) installment of the popular Bill Travis Mystery series.

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