Tulsa, OK, June 29, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Legends from a small town come in many forms. Near Tsalagee, Oklahoma a monster lurks and an infamous 19th Century outlaw's booty lays hidden. When two renegade bikers ride into town looking to find the Lost Treasure of Belle Starr, local legends Hayward Yost and Socrates Ninekiller suspect the ruffians' involvement in the murder of a local farmer; a man rumored to have knowledge of the lost treasure's location...and its curse. As events unfold, others in the community are drawn into the hunt - a Wiccan who moves to town to pursue her New Age lifestyle; her bumbling, socially inept boyfriend women can't seem to resist; a young Iraqi War veteran home to heal his physical and emotional wounds; and a mysterious creature known in Native American lore as a forest demon whom they call "Hill Man who screams at night."
Legends of Tsalagee
Author: Phil Truman
Publisher: Deadly Niche Press
Published: June 2011
About The Author
Phil Truman is a native Oklahoman. He holds a degree in English from the University of Tulsa. A former teacher, coach, and business analyst, Phil and his wife have lived in the Tulsa suburban city of Broken Arrow for the past thirty years. Other books by Truman include his novels Game, an American novel; Red Lands Outlaw, the Ballad of Henry Starr (Summer 2012 release); and a non-fiction writer’s guide, Writing Humor for More than Laughs.
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Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: Buoy Up Press
Published: November 14, 2011
Year in and year out the football powerhouse Hert City Trojans import a ringer to fuel their championship charge, but their luck is about to change. In the small backwater town of Tsalagee, first-year coach Donny Doyle knows the only way he can fulfill his promise to unseat the Hert City juggernaut, is to beat them at their own Game. But in his own recruit, the mammoth and powerful, yet troubled and ominous Leotis McKinley, Doyle finds more than he bargained for. Truman's character-rich novel Game spins an energetic tale around the intensity of small-town high school football in America. And yet, amid the fast-paced drive of the story, lies an account of the human spirit struggling through adversity and finding victory. Readers of any age or gender will feel the triumph, honor, and glory that comes from the...Game.