Monday, April 28, 2014

by Bob Brill

Powerful Young Character; 15 year old Willie (a girl)

That's right, young Willie (short for Wilamena) plays a very important role in Lancer; Hero of the West - The Prescott Affair." At first this girl, who lost her father somewhere along the way, pulls a gun on the unsuspecting gunslinger. Lancer doesn't take too kindly to someone sneaking up on him but when he learns it is a young lady on a mission, well, things soften up a bit.

Willie is a very likeable character and hers is a coming of age story in the first Lancer book. When she tries to grow up, she is hard to resist but the respected gunman does what he is supposed to do; respect her. He also gives her a rude response, much to the delight of the townsfolk.

In her own way, she ends up Lancer's savior in more ways than one. Read about this youthful and vibrant character in Lancer; Hero of the West - The Prescott Affair. Available now for download (2.99) on Amazon or via our Website.  Our web price is an introductory price of just $10 with free shipping.

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

The Characters
by Bob Brill
author; Lancer; Hero of the West

One of the keys to the first book in the Lancer series; The Prescott Affair is a lovely lady named Sarah Jane Paulson. She hires Lancer to find her missing husband, Henry. Sara Jane is very attractive and fairly wealthy. The question is; does she really have the kind of class she puts out there or, is she just putting on airs? It is something for the reader to decide and decipher through the pages of Lancer; Hero of the West.

Sarah Jane lives in the rich part of Prescott, Arizona. Big home, live in maid and of course any number of suitors despite her marital status. This makes us wonder about the woman herself. We find out more about her missing husband as the pages unfold but Sarah Jane is very much a mystery woman.

She is such a central part of the theme of the book, Lancer delves into her past by first talking to former Prescott lawman; Virgil Earp. One of the famous Earp brothers, Virgil spent real time in real life in Prescott before being dragged down to Tombstone by the dreams and whims of brother, Wyatt. Virgil has a lot to tell Lancer about the aforementioned Mrs. Sarah Jane Paulson.

Find out more about this hard core woman character who is a lady of many means in the pages of "Lancer; Hero of the West - The Prescott Affair."

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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Order your Paperback Version Today

by Bob Brill

It's finally done. The paperback version of "Lancer; Hero of the West -- The Prescott Affair" will arrive soon. If you would like to order a copy you can do so via email until I get Bob Brill Books changed. Soon I will have that done, likely this coming week. Then you can order there as well.

Until then, if you would like a copy of the book (signed or unsigned, its up to you) you can order via direct email to me at my email. Pay either by Paypal to the same email address which I will give to you when you order, or send a check. If you want to pay by check, say so in your email and I'll give you direct instructions on where to send it.

The book is actually 200 pages and will list for $11.99. However, I will sell direct copies to you for an even $10.00 plus $2.00 shipping.

BONUS: The first 50 books ordered will receive FREE Shipping anywhere in the continental US and Puerto Rico. Take advantage of this limited time only offer of Free Shipping. Be one of the first 50 to place an order and you will get FREE S&H. Physical books will be mailed out April 26th if not sooner. Please make sure we have your physical address where the book is going if you are paying via PayPal.  Thank you so much to those of you who have already ordered the Kindle version on-line from Amazon.