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Palomino Days: A Rod Gantry Time Walker Novel

Shaughnessy, Mart

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ISBN 10: 1463712529 / ISBN 13: 9781463712525
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Title: Palomino Days: A Rod Gantry Time Walker ...

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Is Rod Gantry one of the special ones – a Time-Walker? Son of an Irish-American and a Native-American, Rod Gantry is a modern horseman skilled in tracking and firearms. The death of his beloved Sara has him contemplating ending his loneliness. When a rogue, five-toed cougar returns, Rod finds a purpose and sets out to track the mountain lion. He follows the big cat into a cave, only to emerge in the 19th century. Runs-Too-Swift, a character from his past, awaits him then sends Rod on a mission to correct a mistake in history. Can Rod adapt and survive in the Old West? What will happen if he corrects the mistake – or what if he fails?

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Raised when cowboys were "king" on TV and in the movies, Mart Shaughnessy got into horses late in life, but showed his appaloosas to four World Championships. Reining horses were his first love, and he was privileged to show some great ones. Trail riding was a very close second. Mart has a Masters Degree in education and spent twenty years teaching and coaching football, then went into the family business until retirement. His first published work was a short story, Frontier Justice, which won the genre fiction category of the 2009 Writers Digest 78th Annual Writing Contest. He and his wife, Patty, live on fifteen acres in Gavilan Hills, California, with six horses and two dogs. Their twin sons and their families love to visit "The Ranch".

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