Bob Maninger grew up in Ponca City, Oklahoma, an oil refinery town in the northern sector of the state. He spent twenty years as a teacher and administrator in public and private schools before moving into academia.
He is currently an assistant professor at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. Bob is published in over twenty academic journals and magazines. His books include the novel Flint and the non-fiction piece The Mathews Family.
Bob has two children, Laura and Clay, who have become passionate adventurers in their own way. He enjoys advocating for and living an environmentally sustainable life, gardening, reading, hunting, fishing, and college athletics
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By Bob Maninger
Published: February 28, 2011 by
In the small Oklahoma community of Flint, Dr. Bill Spence pursues a ruthless serial killer. The murderer is determined to make these crimes appear as though the Cheyenne are responsible. Diamond Oil Company refinery workers have gone out on strike and the tension is mounting. The evidence at the crime scene is a graphic replication of Native American battlefield mutilations...
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