Not-so-normal gunslinger fights new foes in Clown William and the Lincoln County War
Tourette Syndrome inspired the title character in book two of the award-winning Clown William western series, Clown William and the Lincoln County War, offering a unique twist on a very human "superhero."
By: IngramElliott Publishing
Reluctant 1870s gunslinger with Tourette's and a quick draw, William is faced with a dilemma as his circumstances keep him from the low-key life he would choose to live.
When William escorts the lady Emily over the mountains and into Lincoln, New Mexico, he finds her brother John in a battle for survival in the infamous Lincoln County War. The sheriff and his posse of hired killers, secure under the protection of the courts and the governor, have a stranglehold on the town. Eastern newspapers called Lincoln's main street "the most dangerous street in America." And that was before William arrived.
"In book one, William is at the mercy of the world around him, albeit with a powerful survival skill," says author Robin Elno of our hero's speed and agility with a six-gun. "He only wants to fit in, and at the end of book one, he thinks he has. A place to settle, a female companion, and the prospects for a 'normal' life. But as the title of the book—Clown William and the Lincoln County War—suggests, life in Lincoln is not normal. This second book in the Clown William Series takes us along as William's dreams of normalcy are shot down one by one until he faces his own dark tornado."
The first book in the Clown William Series is Winner of the Arizona Authors' Association Literary Award and Silver Winner in the Independent Publisher Book Awards ("IPPY" Awards).
Clown William and the Lincoln County War is distributed by Ingram Content Group and is now available in print and e-Book formats.
About the Author
Robin Elno is a retired army colonel, semiretired psychiatrist, and full-time author. He lives in San Antonio, Texas, and is an active member of the San Antonio Writers' Guild. Inspired by famed neurologist Oliver Sacks and his work with neurological conditions like Tourette Syndrome, the author has created a unique and compelling character set against the backdrop of true, historical events. Robin is currently working on the third book in the Clown William series.
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About IngramElliott Publishing
IngramElliott Publishing delights in traditionally publishing unconventional and alternative literature. IngramElliott celebrates the writing of the new and emerging author as well as the established. Learn more at www.ingramelliott.com.