silver and bone book
Part of the American Alchemy series:
Editions:Kindle: $ 2.99 USD
ISBN: 978-1-944099-19-0
Pages: 172
Paperback: $ 10.99 AUD
ISBN: 1944099093
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 170

Silver and Bone

 

A tough sheriff. A traveling alchemist. A dozen missing corpses. Welcome to Souls Well, Colorado.

After an avalanche decimates the population, it's up to sheriff Tiberius Tibbetts to keep his remote, mining town from falling apart. But it won't be easy. An infamous outlaw is terrorizing the streets. A snake oil salesman is bamboozling the townsfolk, aided by his seductive assistant. On top of all that, the dead are disappearing from their graves.

When murder comes to town and a mystical power awakens beneath the rumbling mountains, Tiberius will have to race against time to save Souls Well from a terrible cataclysm. His only chance is to open his mind to the ancient art of alchemy: arcane magic that can lead him to his victory... Or his doom.

Oliver Altair's Silver & Bone is the first installment in the American Alchemy series, offering a new twist on the American epic. From a graveyard under the moonlight, through the forests of the San Juan mountains, to the tunnels of an abandoned mine, Silver & Bone will take you on a ride you'll never forget.

If you're a fan of dark, historical fantasy and enjoy Weird Westerns like Stephen King's The Dark Tower, HBO's Westworld or DC Comics' Jonah Hex, you'll love Silver & Bone.

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Reviews:MariaJ on Amazon.com wrote:

Full of surprises, I'm looking forward to the next book!!

Wild West town in Colorado has silver, corpses, a very dedicated sheriff and tonic sellers who are con artists or miracle workers. It comes together in this page turner that I re-read several times and you will too. I absolutely love all the American Alchemy work by this author that I've been lucky enough to read!

Tim Sheppard on Amazon.com wrote:

Fantastic!

What an awesome book. This one kept me turning page after page. There are few people that I feel can truly write a good paranormal fantasy and Oliver Altair just joined that list.


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