The Dead of Winter – Oct/Nov 2012

Cora and her husband hunt things – things that shouldn’t exist.

When the marshal of Leadville, Colorado, comes across a pair of mysterious deaths, he turns to Cora to find the creature responsible. But if Cora is to overcome the unnatural tide threatening to consume the small town, she must first confront her own tragic past as well as her present.

File Under: Dark Fantasy [ Winter Chill | Small Town Blues | Dead Reckoning | Sharp Shooter ]

Cover Art: Chris McGrath

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She Returns From War – Jan/Feb 2013

Four years after the horrific events in Leadville, a young woman from England, Victoria Dawes, sets into motion a series of events that will lead Cora and herself out into the New Mexico desert in pursuit of Anaba, a Navajo witch bent on taking revenge for the atrocities committed against her people.

File Under: Dark Fantasy [ The Wilder West | Unseen Forces | A Conspiracy | Fight For Life ]

Cover Art: Chris McGrath

Preorders available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon.

  1. Kansas
    May 22, 2013 at 6:58 AM

    Cora Oglesby. Is the Awesome. “The Dead of Winter” caught my attention at my local bookstore and I find that not only is she a female (which is even more awesome) bounty hunter working in the Old West, but she hunts supernatural nasties. As an American Old West and Fantasy/Sci Fi/Horror fan, I say more more more of Cora and her world of unique bounties! “She Returns From War” is definitely on my to-do list as well, Mr. Collins!

  2. May 28, 2013 at 3:30 PM

    Thank you! I hope you find “She Returns From War” just as enjoyable!

  3. January 3, 2014 at 6:57 AM

    Thanks for two entertaining reads. I loved both books, just finished reading the second and then found I forgot to post a review. Will post the second soon…

  4. Allan Bacon
    April 20, 2017 at 7:04 PM

    Can we look forward to a new installment in my favorite book series?

    Allan Bacon

    • June 8, 2017 at 10:00 PM

      I can’t guarantee further tales of Cora and her successors at this time, but perhaps darker tales of hunters and their quarries will pique your interest in the the near future.

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