Timber Gray

Adult
Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
After his family is killed by a pack of rabid wolves, Jefferson Gray survives the horrid disease himself, with the aid of a Cherokee medicine man. But, unfortunately, he can not banish his animosity toward dangerous game, particularly timber wolves.

15 years later, he tackles his greatest challenge… a pack of fifty wolves led by the legendary Cripplefoot. Can he survive?

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Published by Crossroad Press
Words: 51,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452333762
About Ronald Kelly

Ronald Kelly was born November 20, 1959 in Nashville, Tennessee where he was raised a Southern Baptist. He attended Pegram Elementary School and Cheatham County Central High School (both in Ashland City, Tennessee) before starting his writing career.

Ronald Kelly began his writing career in 1986 and quickly sold his first short story, "Breakfast Serial," to Terror Time Again magazine. His first novel, Hindsight was released by Zebra Books in 1990. His audiobook collection, Dark Dixie: Tales of Southern Horror, was on the nominating ballot of the 1992 Grammy Awards for Best Spoken Word or Non-Musical Album. Zebra published seven of Ronald Kelly's novels from 1990 to 1996. Ronald's short fiction work has been published by Cemetery Dance, Borderlands 3, Deathrealm, Dark at Heart, Hot Blood: Seeds of Fear, and many more. After selling hundreds of thousands of books, the bottom dropped out of the horror market in 1996. So, when Zebra dropped their horror line in October 1996, Ronald Kelly stopped writing for almost ten years and worked various jobs including welder, factory worker, production manager, drugstore manager, and custodian.

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Review by: Paul Laughlin on Jan. 01, 2011 :
The first story I have read by Kelly. It's good, a pretty conventional western, a genre I enjoy. There are good characters, good story. Some authors are good at story, some at character development. Kelly is good at both.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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