Turning Springs

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A constructed servant is killing people in the old west town of Turning Springs. Traveling technician Amos Matthews and deputy Hank Bramwell must find out why and somehow stop the machine. But the local government has their own plans. If Matthews and Bramwell can find it....if they can stop the murders...will the town let them?

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Words: 24,630
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452326283
About John Christian Hager

John Christian Hager is an award-winning writer living in northern Illinois, USA. He has written stage plays and fiction for over thirty years. Besides the Turning Springs works at Smashwords dot com, he is also author of John Christian Hager's Blog.

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Review by: Suzi P on July 26, 2013 : (no rating)
I loved this story. Very different than anything I have read before. The relationship between the people and constructs was at times heartwarming and scary but it held my attention and I couldn't put it down until I read the whole thing!! Can't wait for the next one in August 2013!!!
S. Eigenrauch
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Eugene Lempp on April 04, 2010 : (no rating)
Amos Matthews is the ultimate field technician, blending mental prowess with the heart and soul of a true human adept to overcome the dangers of his world, both that which he faces and that in which he is destined to travel.Turning Springs pits intellectual ethics against personal passions, addressing the eternal and pivotal question humanity ever seeks the answers to, mainly, what defines life, in all its facets. Turning Springs is a breath of fresh air for the mind.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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