The Willing Spirit
Henry Dowland is a Confederate vetern, scarred by war and grieving the murder of his family at the hands of Sherman's soldiers. While fleeing his demons, he rescues a boy, Joe, from the Willis gang, a band of outlaws running liquor to the workers on the Transcontinental Railroad. Joe reminds Dowland of himself, a lost soul searching for home. But what good can two rootless wanderers do for each other? More than watching each other's back, that is, and that might have to be enough. Caught between the Willises and the Great Salt Lake, Dowland and Joe have to fight their way clear to saving a town. . . And themselves.
About Greg Camp (Harrison, Arkansas Author)
Greg Camp was born in the hills of North Carolina about a hundred thirty years later than was good for him. He has wandered around the southern United States ever since, picking up bits of experience and polishing his curmudgeonly persona. He listens to the Muses whenever they sing to him. Following a star brought him and his cat to northwest Arkansas, where he is currently trying to repair his sextant.
He is the author of seven books, including the novels No Easy Road and The Willing Spirit and two books on guns and gun politics, Each One, Teach One (with Ranjit Singh) and A Writer's Guide to Guns