Sherpa Holmes

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Shalik Chandela Holmes, born in the jungles of India, raised in Jolly Old England, and schooled in the Americas, was content in her role as surgeon for the United States Army. She was a little brown person helping to protect the white people from the red people.That was, until she was framed for a murder she did not commit. More

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About Tim Baer

After wasting close to 30 years of his life on Wicca and a life of paganism, Tim, now in his 50s, came to know Messiah in 1998. Since then, he has done as much as possible to make up for those wasted years. A disabled US Navy Desert Storm veteran, he lives in Texas with his wife of 25+ years plus a pack of critters. He is currently working for a concrete company where he is busy playing in the mud with a big truck. When he is not at work, or at home busy pounding out more Sci-Fi on his laptop, his time is taken up serving his cats, the LORD, his wife and his dogs--not quite in that order (but don't tell the cats).

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Kathleen Gabriel reviewed on on Oct. 11, 2015

A great concept -- combing alternate history and steampunk in the old west -- pulled off very well. Intriguing characters, and a setting so vivid I could feel the grit. The flashes of humor enhanced the story, which was dark at times. People will joke around when under pressure, and the author puts the main characters under plenty of it.

I read this in paperback and bought one for my e-reader so I could read it again in a more portable way. This is a story you will want to read over again.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Debi Scavone reviewed on on Sep. 19, 2014

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book!! It was hard to put down once I started and definitely had me anticipating the next move! Wonderful characters and an interesting look at the Wild West and what might have been!! I am looking forward to reading more of Tim's work!
(reviewed 54 days after purchase)

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