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Dark, Cosmic Horror Comes To The Wild West In Death Wind Dark, Cosmic Horror Comes To The Wild West In Death Wind
“Weird Western” has returned to the forefront of horror ever since the grim, fresh Bone Tomahawk. Now Travis Heermann, author of the feudal Japan fantasy series... Dark, Cosmic Horror Comes To The Wild West In Death Wind

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“Weird Western” has returned to the forefront of horror ever since the grim, fresh Bone Tomahawk. Now Travis Heermann, author of the feudal Japan fantasy series Ronin, sets off in a new direction with co-writer Jim Pinto to write Death Wind, which he says brings “Lovecraftian horror” to the west. In the book, Pioneer doctor Charles Zimmerman must save not a prairie town of White Pine and the starving Lakota from an ancient, hungry evil.
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