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BILLY THE KID: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY: THE STORY OF BRUSHY BILL ROBERTS by DANIEL A. EDWARDS
BIOGRAPHY | TRUE CRIME | CONSPIRACY | SOUTHWESTERN U.S. HISTORY
In 1882 a notorious outlaw and a childhood friend of Billy the Kid was released from prison where he had been serving time for killing a Texas Ranger. His freedom finally secured, the outlaw disappeared and was never heard from again. Never, that is, until 1948 when he came out of hiding after almost 70 years. In the course of proving his identity to a court of law the outlaw revealed that his friend Billy the Kid was not killed by Pat Garrett but was still alive even to that day. After a period of research and persistence the young lawyer was finally led to a destitute old man in Texas who was named not William H. Bonney but William H. Roberts, although Bonney had been an alias that he had used. Roberts agreed to reveal himself as Billy the Kid if the lawyer would help him obtain a pardon so he could die a free man. You see, the Kid was still wanted for murder so to come forward was to risk being sentenced and put to death, but this was a risk that William H. Roberts was willing to take. He told his story only one time, to one man. This is his story, now presented for the first time with new photographic evidence and research that supports his claim that he was the one true Billy the Kid of legend.
FIRE FROM THE SKY: THE SANDERS SAGA by N.C. REED
POST-APOCALYPTIC FICTION | DYSTOPIAN | MILITARY FICTION
Clayton Sanders left home the minute he had his high school diploma in hand. He waited that long only because the Army wouldn't accept him without one. Now, ten years later, he's home. Home with no warning, no advance notice, no anything after being gone ten years with almost no contact with his family. Home carrying a secret that is burning him up from the inside. A secret that has pushed him to the brink, forcing him to become a criminal in order to be where his family needs him to be, even though they don't realize it yet. Because Clayton knows something they don't. Something that hasn't happened, but will. Something that will burn everything it touches. And change the face of the world forever.
ODD BILLY TODD by N.C. REED
POST-APOCALYPTIC FICTION | DYSTOPIAN | ACTION & ADVENTURE
BILLLY TODD HAS ALWAYS BEEN DIFFERENT. Most people called him odd, and those were the nice people. Born with a learning disability, Billy's parents never allowed him to consider himself disabled. Raised to be self-sufficient, Billy might not be as smart as some, but he's a lot smarter than people realized. So, when the entire world is devastated by a plague that kills over ninety-five percent of the population, Billy is not helpless. Believing he may be the only survivor in his town, he manages to place himself in a good position to survive alone in a new world.
THE RANCH: THE LEGACY SERIES by SEAN LISCOM
POST-APOCALYPTIC FICTION | DYSTOPIAN | MILITARY FICTION
Jason Sterling had a simple life by all accounts. He had worked the same job his entire adult life, he had never married and he had no children. He was used to doing things on his own. His comfortable life was shaken to the core the day he learned of his fathers death. It was a mysterious meeting that set life altering events in motion and the allure of a new life was too great to walk away from. When an Electromagnetic Pulse brings the modern world to its knees, Jason's choice proves to be the right one.
THE HYLLIS FAMILY STORY SERIES by LAURENCE E. DAHNERS
POST-APOCALYPTIC FICTION | DYSTOPIAN | GENETIC ENGINEERING
“Telekinetic” is the first of a series of post-apocalyptic stories featuring the Hyllis family. The collapse of civilization has reduced their people back to iron and horsepower. The Hyllises tend to inherit “tele-talents” such as telekinesis and teleportation. Tarc Hyllis’ mother (and his grandfather before her) could “feel” things with their talent. They became healers because they could feel inside their patients, which frequently let them diagnose the underlying causes of an illness. Having made a diagnosis, unfortunately, there was often little they could do to treat a problem. Tarc’s father can “push” objects with his mind, but, because he can’t feel inside anything, he doesn’t know where to exert force in order to help to treat his wife’s patients. Tarc’s just gaining the ability to do both of these things. The combination of these two powers will let him both diagnose a physical problem such as internal bleeding, and then stop that bleeding by applying pressure inside the patient. His mother finds this development extraordinarily exciting. She has too often had to watch her patients die for lack of an effective treatment. Then some strangers show up to scout the town where the Hyllises live. They plan and initiate a violent takeover. Could Tarc’s powers, weak as they are, play a role in resisting this invasion? It turns out he can guide a knife after it’s thrown…
JERRY D. YOUNG'S SURVIVAL FICTION LIBRARY by JERRY D. YOUNG
POST-APOCALYPTIC FICTION | DYSTOPIAN | DISASTER FICTION
Neal Grant watched silently as the cemetery workers buried his family. It was just him now...alone...something he’d never been before. First, his parents and siblings had passed, and then his wife and three wonderful children. All of them were gone forever now- all dead at the same time because of a drunk driver and a foggy road. Little did Neal know that this was only the beginning of things to come. Soon he would realize that he had not only lost his family, but must also deal with a failing economy and a nuclear war.
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