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Hal Grant’s War

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More Grant Family Action   When Hal Grant's father was bushwhacked in the street, it was the opening shot of a range war. Wealthy ranchers were determined to rid Lundon County of its sharecroppers and sodbusters eking out an existence in the marginal lands. Hal should have sided with his…

Son Of A Gun

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Sequel to Hot Spur...   To the despair of wealthy rancher Harry Grant, his teenage son, Hal, is hanging out with a bunch of wrong'uns. But, it's when the Percys arrive on the Big G range with a herd of longhorns that the real trouble begins. The Percys decide to…

Son of a Gun [Kindle]

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Republished for Kindle   Cowboy Harry Grant faces problems with his son, Hal, after he falls in with the wrong crowd. But further trouble is on the horizon. Harrison Percy is about to settle on the range - and on Harry's land. Violence, rather than diplomacy, will settle any dispute.…

About

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Philip McCormac was born in Ulster but now lives in England. When he first started writing he wrote short horror and also a series of articles on New Age Philosophy for now defunct magazine  'Burning Issues'. His stories were published in:- ‘Ireland's Eye’. ‘Unhinged’ - ‘Visionary Tongue’ ‘All Hollows’. Humrous…

Publishing History

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Philip's first writing success was with short horror. In direct contrast he went on to write a series of articles on New Age Philosophy which was published in Burning Issues (now defunct). His next venture was a western novel HOT SPUR. He wrote this using the pseudonym Elliot James which was…

Endeavour

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IRELAND 1916. Michael Wilde, just your average youngster - dance, drink, dames...then the Easter Rebellion and Michael is sucked into the vortex of violence that ensues. Michael's life is changed, changed utterly... Hammer of God  Deputy Joe Hammer always gets his man. The men he goes after are vicious thugs…

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