James Huble is retired and lives in the Catalina foothills north of Tucson Arizona. He has taught English, speech, dramatics, and philosophy; is a published poet and a song writer, and has performed professionally as a musician and actor. When writing these short stories, you might say he assumed the role of a chuck wagon cook; rustling up a pot full of situations, stirring in a little theatrical flavor, and seasoning with a mischievous perspective.
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APPEARANCES A Collection of 16 Western Short Stories by James J. Huble
A sheriff tries to solve some robberies when the logical perpetrator has a perfect alibi.
A stagecoach robber learns something about the wages of sin when he tries to kiss a nun.
A drifter's past catches up to him with a startling revelation.
A Texas Ranger tries to figure out how a man can be stabbed to death if he is alone in a stagecoach. These and twelve other Western stories will have you thinking. Sixteen short western stories each with a twist in appearances.Available as a Softcover book and as an E-book! AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT AMAZON.COM AND BARNES AND NOBLE ALSO AVAILABLE AS AN EBOOK! CLICK HERE FOR KINDLE CLICK HERE FOR NOOK