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McCray is a bounty hunter who specializes in hunting Mystik criminals. Spenser Townshend is a Mystik conman who uses magic to commit crimes. Together, they stumble upon the mystery of Whisper Falls- a town that ceased to exist a dozen years ago- and a gang of outlaws straight out of Hell. In a town where nearly everyone has their secrets and nothing is what it seems, ...more
Paperback, 158 pages
Published December 28th 2018 by Independently Published
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David
Feb 02, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Incident at Whisper Falls is a short weird western novel that opens when an outlaw gang rides into the titular town and unleashes mayhem. Meanwhile a mysterious cardinal appears to a reverend and offers to answer the town’s prayers of getting rid of the outlaws. From there, we jump ahead a few years and meet McCray, a bounty hunter trailing a conman named Spenser Townshend, a so-called Mystik who uses magic to disguise himself and cheat at cards. McCray handily captures Townshend and the two ...more
Janalyn
Nov 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Not only was this an original plot, it was also very interesting and at times funny. Hey Belty Hunter and a ConMan unknowingly both go to the same dead town supposedly a ghost town, but now the residents there a ConMan not your average ConMan… They’re monsters. Real monsters! I can’t recommend this book highly enough. I am anxiously waiting for a book to and I can’t say that about many Siri’s, but I can aboutIncident At Whisper Falls. When a book is this good you should tell someone so I’m ...more
James
Fun mix of genres

World building is key for me with genre fiction and Thompson does a great job of setting up the world around Whisper Falls. By the end, I was hooked and ready for the next phase of McRae's quest. The writing feels fleshed out without being overly bogged down in needless exposition. The expression "all killer, no filler" definitely applies. Very excited to get the next book.
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Stephen Thompson was born in raised in West Virginia. As a kid, Saturday mornings were meant for Westerns with his grandparents. At night, after everyone had else had gone to bed, he would sneak and watch Chiller theater on a little black and white TV in the spare bedroom. These two early influences would lead to a life-long love of the Horror and Western genres. This love would spawn several film ...more