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The Christmas Trespassers

Andrew J. Fenady

ISBN 9780786042913
Publish Date 9/25/2018
Format Paperback
Categories Western, Pinnacle
List Price: $7.99

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Owen Wister Award-Winning Author

Do Not Open Fire Until Christmas . . .

T’was the week before Christmas and all through the ranch, not a creature was stirring—because Shad Parker would fill it full of buckshot. Embittered by the loss of his wife and children in the Civil War, Shad relocated his sorry self to Gilead, Texas, where he planted a DO NOT TRESPASS sign on his land, his heart, and his soul. Intruders, beware . . .

Enter the Coats children: three scrappy runaways from the Faith, Hope, and Charity orphanage. Austin, Pet, and Davy are hiding out in a cave on Shad’s land. When the lonely rancher begrudgingly saves their lives, he’s stuck taking them in. But when a gang of bank robbers show up, they’re going to need a Christmas miracle—to stay alive ’til New Year’s . . .

Includes three bonus Andrew J. Fenady western stories as told by the Wise Old Man of the West.

“A good read . . . outstanding . . . Shad Parker literally pulls at your heartstrings.” —Bob Anderson, Trail Dust Magazine

About Andrew J. Fenady:

Andrew J. Fenady was born in Toledo, Ohio, in 1928. A veteran writer and producer in Hollywood, Fenady created and produced The Rebel (1959 - 1961) for television, starring Nick Adams. The top-rated show lasted three seasons and the Fenady-penned theme song, “Johnny Yuma,” became a No. 1 hit for Johnny Cash. He wrote and produced the 1970 John Wayne hit Chisum and the popular TV western series Hondo and Branded. His other credits include the adaptation of Jack London’s The Sea Wolf, with Charles Bronson and Christopher Reeve, and the western feature Ride Beyond Vengeance, which starred Chuck Connors. His acclaimed western novels include Big Ike, Riders to Moon Rock,  The Trespassers, and The Summer of Jack London. Fenady presently lives in Los Angeles and has been honored with The Golden Boot Award, the Silver Spur Award, and the Owen Wister Award for his lifetime contribution to westerns.

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