Please–please–no more temper tantrums directed at me from impatient, would-be readers. . .
Where Shadows Loom is on the shelf! Yes! Finally!
For the next few weeks, the paperback version and the eBook version will be sold exclusively through the publisher via my website, garycstalcup.com. Subsequently, as with Wandering West, all versions of the book will be available, via globalREACH retail distribution, on such online sites as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Apple Bookstore, Alibris, as well as in many brick-and-mortar retail outlets.
So plan your holiday shopping accordingly. Now you have Where Shadows Loom and Wandering West both to add to your cart.
And while you’re here, once you’ve placed your order, take a moment to poke around my new and improved website, compliments of Carlos DeSantos. Carlos does amazing work. And after you’ve placed that order for a zillion copies, check out his website at catdi.com. Carlos has a service to fit your need, just as he did mine.
Thanks again to one and all. Your support is what keeps this writer writing. And as always, let me know your thoughts.
Wendall Connor isn’t sure what to believe anymore. His mind has begun to play tricks on
him. After seven years in the NFL, he has suffered more concussions than he can count.
And what can he do about it anyway? A throbbing mass of mangled flesh and splintered
bone, his body is held together by little more than titanium steel, surgical glue, and the
sheer determination to put off the next surgery for as long as he can.
But he has to do something. Who else is there?
His friend and neighbor across the street, U.S. Senator Juanita Guajardo’s son, and the
loan officer at the bank are both missing. Wendall left them alone for only a few minutes
and now they’re gone. Are their stories true, as fantastic as they seem, or is this another
distortion created in Wendall’s addled mind?
Did his friend and business associate, Conrad Murphy, really kidnap Sergio Guajardo?
Would he really murder Lester Russell? Wendall Connor knows Conrad Murphy is selfish
and demanding. He’s well aware that Conrad’s business empire is struggling, and he once
witnessed Conrad’s violent temper firsthand. But is the man so desperate he would steal
public funds and then kill Lester Russell because the poor guy overheard the details of
In this rugged, desolate area of the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas, the oil boom has
gone bust, and where the gushers once flowed, now only drastic measures course through
the veins of those so perilously levered for success.