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"Haunting and Emotional. If Ghost Rider were a cowboy, this would be his backstory."

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For a man who has the courage to look life in the teeth, everything is black and white. J.T. McCutchen has made a living by this philosophy. So far it's served him well.

Busted down From Texas Ranger to private security for an oil company in
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Published (first published February 10th 2012)
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Joseph DiCristofano
David Mark Brown first introduces us to McCutchen in "Fistful of Reefer." From the get go, I loved this character. McCutchen is a personification of the kickass Western mythos. He is the Texas version of Jason, minus the Argonauts. His archetype is the reason young boys gesticulate pistol shapes with their hands and emulate *bang*bang* sounds. Far from one dimensional, David Mark Brown paints a picture of a solitary man who is content in having Chester, his loyal and incredibly intelligent horse ...more
Jason
Fantastic! Another "hang on and enjoy the ride" piece of the puzzle that Brown is constructing in his incredibly developed alternate history of Lost DMB Files.

I've read several of his books now, and I don't know why I'm still so amazed at how deeply I get sucked into this crazy world of his. He constructs this distant yet familiar world and breathes life into with characters that are so distinct and real.

I'm ready for the next installment! Let's hope some more Files get found. :)
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Yet another digital short of the Lost DMB Files: http://davidmarkbrownwrites.com/lost-...
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Raised in Central Texas, David Mark Brown learned to ride horses at a young age. Then learned to hate them after a disastrous attempt to impress a girlfriend. He was five.

Turning instead to a life of poetry and prose he eventually migrated north to the University of Montana (the Berkeley of the Rockies) and became the Redneck Granola.

Falling in love a chainsaw wielding mountain woman forced him to
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