Riders of the Weird West

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The Cowboys of Cthulhu Summary

Snake oil salesman Dr. Darius Darke and other "legends" of the Old West are called upon to fight a band of brain-eating bandits in a three-dimensionally-challenged box canyon. This story is a prequel to David Bain's full-length weird Western novel Riders Where There Are No Roads. David Bain is the author of Death Sight, the first novel in the Will Castleton psychic detective series, Gray Lake: A Novel Of Crime And Supernatural Horror and several short story collections. He teaches writing at a community college in Indiana.

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    • The Cowboys of Cthulhu

    • By: David Bain
    • Narrated by: Daniel Penz
    • Length: 44 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Snake oil salesman Dr. Darius Darke and other "legends" of the Old West are called upon to fight a band of brain-eating bandits in a three-dimensionally-challenged box canyon. This story is a prequel to David Bain's full-length weird Western novel Riders Where There Are No Roads. David Bain is the author of Death Sight, the first novel in the Will Castleton psychic detective series, Gray Lake: A Novel Of Crime And Supernatural Horror and several short story collections.

    Regular price: £3.89

  • Book 1

    • Riders Where There Are No Roads

    • Riders of the Weird West
    • By: David Bain
    • Narrated by: Daniel Penz
    • Length: 4 hrs and 40 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Riders Where There Are No Roads is the first full novel in the Riders of the Weird West series. There's roping, riding, an interdimensional badass, shootouts, demon cowboys, a dragon, a pickup that's really a horse (or is it the other way around?) and a mystical biker/cosmic marshal who might just be orchestrating it all!

    Regular price: £14.49