Author: David J. West

Let Sleeping Gods Lie by David J. West

Let Sleeping Gods Lie by David J. West

Porter Rockwell, wanted for a murder he did not commit, is hiding out in Old California selling whiskey to thirsty forty-niners. When his friends dig up some monstrous bones and a peculiar book and offer to sell it for a helluva price, Porter can’t resist the mystery. But when both his night bartender and the sellers are murdered at his saloon Porter has to find […]

November 8, 2019 / 0 Comments
Walking Through Walls by David J. West

Walking Through Walls by David J. West

Being the very best can get you in a lot of trouble with the very worst. Kenaz, an information broker, can step outside his own body and into the ghost-like realm of spirit. He does this to gather secrets and knowledge, and of course business in Tolburn, the decadent City of a Million Gods, has been very good. But when Kenaz suddenly finds himself blackmailed […]

August 28, 2017 / 0 Comments
Dark Trails: Crazy Horses by David J. West

Dark Trails: Crazy Horses by David J. West

A kidnapped girl. A desperate father. A murderous slaver bound for old Mexico. And a certain untouchable gunslinger. Things are going to get a lot worse before they get better. Infamous gunslinger, Porter Rockwell made a blood oath with the Ute War Chief, Redbone, to help him no matter what. Now that the Chief’s daughter has been kidnapped by the desperado Matamoros, and that favor […]

May 11, 2017 / 0 Comments
Dark Trails: Scavengers by David J. West

Dark Trails: Scavengers by David J. West

An untouchable gunslinger. A lost hoard of gold. A host of brutal adversaries. What could possibly go wrong? Deputy Marshal Porter Rockwell can’t be harmed by a bullet or a blade. As long as he never cuts his hair, Rockwell is free to right wrongs and chase criminals without worrying about the consequences. But when he learns about a map to a mysterious cache of […]

January 25, 2017 / 0 Comments
Six-Gun Serenade by David J. West

Six-Gun Serenade by David J. West

The song of the wild west is played with hot lead notes—and some folks gotta learn the hard way. Schoolteacher Amasa Davison, is invited to join a prospecting outfit and assay gold for them. Turns out it’s really a bunch of desperadoes led by a conniving spiritualist who follows the whims of a ghostly Indian princess (so he says). But when the rest of the […]

January 10, 2017 / 0 Comments
Cold Slither by David J. West

Cold Slither by David J. West

Porter Rockwell—Devil of a Saint. Blessed by a holy man, Porter Rockwell was promised that if he never cut his hair—no bullet nor blade could harm him—but nobody mentioned all of the supernatural dangers he would run across. Ride along with Porter and the brilliant damsels not-so-in-distress that lend a helping hand as he faces off against sorcery and desperadoes, myth and legend, demons and […]

August 22, 2016 / 0 Comments
Redneck Eldritch Anthology

Redneck Eldritch Anthology

And with strange aeons, Even Death may take a dirt nap… Sometimes amusing, sometimes horrifying, always unsettling, sixteen authors bring you sixteen tales of white trash meeting dark gods, the yellowed bones of antiquity, and colors that can’t be named. “A Hole in the World” by Ian Welke “Recording Devices” by D.J. Butler “Mine of the Damned Gods” by Sarah E. Seeley “Blood” by Steve […]

April 28, 2016 / 0 Comments
Whispers Out of the Dust by David J. West

Whispers Out of the Dust by David J. West

A Haunted Journey Through The Lost American West. “Some things lost on the borders of dusk were never meant to be found.” Documents spanning centuries relate the story of a forgotten valley brimming with magic, ghosts and evil. Published here for the first time these newly discovered papers grant a rare glimpse of the awful truth about this very real American Nightmare. From the era […]

October 5, 2015 / 0 Comments
The Mad Song by David J. West

The Mad Song by David J. West

The few bandits left were then augmented by naked savage forms, more monstrous than their own. These true ghoul looked feral and primeval beyond reckoning, like unholy hybrids of jackal and man. Elongated mouths and drawn-back ears with eyes that were slits of cold fire. Taut muscle writhed beneath gray, mottled skin as the monsters leapt! —from The Mad Song From demon haunted ruins to […]

January 22, 2015 / 1 Comment