Robert Brodie was always a practical man. It helped him survive the war as a Texan Confederate – as a miner in Death Valley – and now as a muleskinner hauling borax across one of the most inhospitable places on the earth’s surface.
So, when an old Indian bestows the Divine Wind upon him from Tanka the Great Spirit, it is accepted with both bewilderment and scepticism. Especially, as Brodie is trapped under a four-ton borax wagon at the time and expecting to die of thirst …
Lee Clinton is the pen name of Leigh Alver, a hobby writer from Perth, Australia. Leigh has written and published in other genres, but a love for the Western remains unbridled believing that it allows for universal stories to be told in a variety of ways, which will still engage, excite and surprise a modern reader.
- Publication date: October 26, 2020
- Formats: Hardback PPC
- Price: £14.50
- Number of pages: 160
- ISBN: 9780719831379