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The Man from Nowhere - A SCI-FI Western
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This action oriented book is a sequel to the first Time Cruisers book set in a town out west during the 1800's.


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Description

A man appeared from nowhere near the small out west town of South Fork in the 1800’s, and quickly became the town’s trusted sheriff. His speed with a gun was greater than what any of the locals had ever seen before. If only he could remember who he was and where he came from,he might have a chance against the man every bit as fast with a gun as he is that wants him dead and doesn’t care who he has to kill to do it.


Famous American historical figures Billy the Kid and Wyatt Earp play a part in the mystery and wild west action. Will they help the sheriff or just try to kill him?


 A hero with no name, unsolvable mysteries that don’t add up, gunslingers without mercy that seemingly defy the laws of nature. What secrets lie in South Fork? Will those secrets destroy the town? Do those secrets threaten the future of the world? It’s a wild and crazy, weird western adventure that goes where no other western has gone before. Until now!

Characters

Sheriff John Gunn – The sheriff has no idea what his real name is or where he came from originally. He soon discovers that he has a gift with revolvers.

Rachel Jones - girlfriend of sheriff. She’s a kind hearted, church going, beautiful woman that the sheriff looks at as an angel from above.

Peter Jones – Rachel’s dead husband.

Deputy Chester Fife – He’s basically a classic sidekick to the sheriff. He means well, but often does his duties inefficiently. The deputy brings humor into South Fork for the reader, but is the cause of frustration for the sheriff in the story.



Wyatt Earp
– Marshall comes to town in response to murders committed by Bastian Wolfe. He's like the classic movie western type hero, but is he in town to save it or destroy it?



Billy the Kid

Comes to town causing major chaos. The Kid's character is loosely based on history and characterizations from movies. He's a wild and dangerous outlaw that also may or may not have a conscience.

Mr. Silverstone – owns most of the town and thus believes that he owns the sheriff’s office as well. Silverstone is responsible for John Gunn becoming sheriff, so in one regard he's a force for law and order, but on the other hand his ideas of quick justice don't necessarily jive with the sheriff's. Silverstone does seem to place more value on the dollar than morality. You be the judge of where his moral compass lies.

Bastian Wolfe – He’s the bad guy who knows more about the sheriff than the sheriff does himself. Wolfe turns out the be possibly the deadliest gunfighter the west has ever known. His origins and appearance are a huge mystery that confounds the sheriff and makes him question his own sanity to some degree.

There are some differences in Bastian from the first book, differences that may be explained in upcoming books. There's no mask this time or talk of any facial disfigurement, but for all we know Bastian may have gotten facial reconstruction work done in the future. 

David Bannon – Scientist with a big secret. He’s also the brother of Rachel Jones. He blames himself for the death of Rachel’s husband.

Emma - owns the saloon. She’s a smart business woman who doesn’t take to the sheriff automatically.

Sam - Bartender

The book takes place around 1880.

 

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Behind the Scenes of The Time Cruisers Book

I discuss the ideas that went behind the book's story, and the movie inspirations that influenced the type of action in the story.

Also presented are thoughts on the switch for John Martin from a masked superhero to more of a traditional action hero, the Philadelphia Experiment, time traveling back to Bible times, and some thoughts on Agent Martin's number one nemesis, Bastian Wolfe