Mack Cavanaugh's an old man now. He says they wasn't outlaws, just men tryin' to make things right in the unjust fields of Texas--the killin' fields.
So begins a tale of the last years of the Texas Wild West--of oncoming civilization in all its savagery, a last ride by five vigilantes in the name of God, and a final confrontation with an evil unbounded by time or place.
Trained in philosophy, theology and after-dinner balderdashing, Christy Award-nominated author Marc Schooley is the Texas kingpin of paranormal tales.
Sketched in equal shades of grit and inspiration, Marc's signature raw blend of literary and pulp fiction engages readers in a forceful swashbuckle of surprising depth. Visit a supernatural continuum whose hub is the Lone Star State as you've never seen it.
Marc Schooley is a paranormal thriller author whose work has been nominated for the top awards in Christian fiction. Marc wrote his Master's thesis on one of the world's toughest questions: the existence and origin of evil. Balancing realism and hope, Marc fluently threads this key issue through both his books and straight talk about everyday life in his speaking presentations.
I’ll begin with a pastoral note: there’s a reason God left the remote past and future vague in Scripture; I believe it’s because He wants us focused on the present, on the stewardship of our resource and daily lives. Christians ought to reject teaching that claims differently, as such claims are customarily attended by extra-biblical agendas. To be clear, I’m […]