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Monday, March 16, 2015

Hunter's Moon

“Hunter’s Moon” by Tom Johnson. Hunter's Moon, featuring the Moon Man in his best adventure since Frederick C. Davis. With the police closing in on Angel's hideaway, the
 danger for the Moon Man may be escalating for Great City's Robin Hood. To
compound matters, tragedy strikes closer to home. This time, he will not be
 able to provide help to someone close to him. Sergeant Steve Thatcher,
 seeing the people struggling to survive, dons the mysterious garments of the Robin Hood thief to relieve the filthy rich of their ill-gotten gains
to be distributed among the poor by ex boxer Ned Dargan. When they come up against an illegal weapons manufacturer masquerading as a toy company, his fiancé is taken prisoner by criminals and he must not only remove them of their money, but put a stop to their weapons sale overseas. Available on Amazon Kindle for $1.99 at http://www.amazon.com/Hunters-Moon-Tom-Johnson-ebook/dp/B00A9YH6PE/ref=la_B008MM81CM_1_42?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1426466575&sr=1-42 Also available in Tom’s paperback edition short story collection, NEW CLASSIC PULP FICTION STORIES for $15.00 post paid.

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