Clown William & the Lincoln County War
WINNER - 2019 National Indie Excellence Awards - Western Fiction
BRONZE WINNER - 2019 Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPY) - Best Fiction Series
Clown William series
Finalist 2022 CIBA Fiction Series Awards - Historical Fiction
A reluctant 1870's gunslinger with Tourette's and a quick draw . . .
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 "the most dangerous street in America".
And that was before William arrived.
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About the Author
Robin Elno is a retired army colonel, semiretired psychiatrist, and full-time author. He lives in San Antonio, Texas, where he is an active member of the San Antonio Writers' Guild. Elno’s Clown William series was inspired by the work of neurologist Oliver Sacks, who wrote about the unusual speed and accuracy often displayed by people with Tourette’s syndrome. Intrigued by the idea that strengths can rise from differences, Elno created the unique and compelling character of William. Elno’s novels are often set against true historical backdrops like the Wild West. Follow the author at amazon.com and on Goodreads.