“Blood and Blazes in Upamona” by Oscar William Case will come out in Spring 2022

“Blood and Blazes in Upamona” by Oscar William Case will come out in Spring 2022


San Diego, CA, USA – WEBWIRE



“Blood and Blazes in Upamona,” by Oscar William Case (iUniverse, 2010), will be featured at the Tucson Festival of Books in Spring 2022. The book tells the story of Slim Sanglant, released from prison, seeking revenge against those in Upamona who helped send him to jail. Red Skene, County Sheriff, is on his trail. There is a killing, houses and a barn are set on fire, and people are missing before Red can get to the bottom of it with the help of his half-breed Deputy, Bushy Carlsen.


Interested, find out more and get a copy of “Blood and Blazes in Upamona”  by Oscar William Case on Amazon, and come visit the Tucson Festival of Books in Spring 2022! To know more, Case’s biography, blogs, and other works will be available on the author’s website coming soon in (March).


 


 


Blood and Blazes in Upamona


Author | Oscar William Case


Genre | Western Fiction, Literature & Fiction


Publisher | iUniverse,  Inc.


Published date | November 10, 2010



Author Bio


Oscar Case, author of  “Blood and Blazes in Upamona” began writing near 70 years old, producing several books on family history and genealogy before switching to Western fiction. He has written a dozen Westerns, including a book of short stories. Blood and Blazes in Upamona was his third novel and part of a series set in the vicinity of Upamona, a fictional town located in the foothills of the Uinta Mountains in northeast Utah.


 

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