The-Naphils-Kiss
Two boys torn from their homes join a group of hobos and learn the life, learn the lingo and learn to track down two homicidal maniacs in the hobo kingdom.

Greeley

by Josh Langston

The-Naphils-Kiss

Greeley, Texas–a frontier town with a bad attitude and a reputation to match. Who lived in such a wicked place? Several compelling answers spring to life in this unique collection of stories spanning more than a century of life, love, and lust in the west Texas dust.

Greeley plays host to seven generational tales, each focusing on a special time, not just for this hardscrabble frontier town, but for the entire country. The timeline stretches from the Civil War to the aftermath of Vietnam. Sin, it seems, never goes out of style.

Some characters come and go; others appear in multiple stories, and some of the most memorable aren’t even human. GREELEY takes readers on a tour they’ll enjoy from beginning to end and leave them hungry for more.

Resurrection Blues

by Josh Langston

RESURRECTION BLUES begins with this line, “Trey opened his door to the first line of a joke: An Indian, a dwarf, and a biker walk into a bar…” It just keeps getting better after that. And if you think the Indian, the dwarf, and the biker are going to be the most engaging characters, think again. The cast of Resurrection Blues is an interesting and varied one, weaving in and out of several storylines culminating in the surprising conclusion. Once again, Josh Langston blends humor and wit with an entertaining writing style, and well fleshed out characters you are going to love to hate — and cheer. Fast paced and light, your time spent in Resurrection, the town that doesn’t exist, will be a well-spent escape.

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