Time of Apache Tears

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The great grandson of the Apache warrior known as SJ66 takes on a task that will lead him up against a vengeful gang of villains sworn to destroy not only Stone but the whole town along with him. It will call on all of Stone’s abilities in the white man’s world and the deadly skills he has learnt from his Apache kin to survive and find justice. More

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About Tony Masero

It’s not such a big step from pictures to writing.
And that’s how it started out for me. I’ve illustrated more Western book covers than I care to mention and been doing it for a long time. No hardship, I hasten to add, I love the genre and have since a kid, although originally I made my name painting the cover art for other people, now at least, I manage to create covers for my own books.
A long-term closet writer, only comparatively recently, with a family grown and the availability of self-publishing have I managed to be able to write and get my stories out there.
As I did when illustrating, research counts a lot and has inspired many of my Westerns and Thrillers to have a basis in historical fact or at least weave their tale around the seeds of factual content.
Having such a visual background, mostly it’s a matter of describing the pictures I see in my head and translating them to the written page. I guess that’s why one of my early four-star reviewers described the book like a ‘Western movie, fast paced and full of action.’
I enjoy writing them; I hope folks enjoy reading the results.

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About the Series: Tears of Apache Stone
The continuing story of John Stone.

Part white and part Apache warrior the series traces his disturbing origins and life in the turbulent and violent world of Arizona in the early twentieth century.

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Luke Short reviewed on on Dec. 17, 2014

Disappointed in the ending. Was surprised that this was a "to be continued" story. This was not clearly identified in the description. The story was well written, but the disappointment withe the ending overshadowed the good story.

If you buy this book, expect to wait for the ending.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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