Bio: H. R. Williams grew up on Crowley?s Ridge, a line of hills and a geographical region that figures in many of his stories. The author refers to this area as ?my own Yoknapatawpha County.? He was a paratrooper in the 101st Airborne Division and held about a thousand jobs (slight exaggeration) before coming to the conclusion that his only talent lay in writing. Since then, his short fiction and essays have appeared in a wide assortment of national and regional magazines. His mystery novel, The Whiskey Killing, represented by the August Agency in New York City, was recently purchased by Five Star Publications. Mr. Williams is husband to Nora Lee (long suffering and ever patient) and the father of four children.
Henry Harris has become a farmer, but he remains much more than that. He was and is a fast and deadly gunman, some say the best that ever lived. Now, he's summoned by his old friend, Sheriff Wilkie, to help face a coming peril, and meet, once again, the challenging quest of a gunfighter. Eight men in all. Four against four. Toward the town of Medford, hurrying from the west, come the three Jones brothers and their uncle, Snake River Reese, riding to avenge an imagined wrong. Wilkie, Harris, and ... more info>>