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  Coyotes Trail                                      1886. Geronimo and his followers, the last Apache resistance to white encroachment, have been transported east, and the blue wool defenders of The Fort settle into boredom, directing their cruel attentions to illicit liquor and prostitutes, their clearest enemy a weak officer’s bullheaded wife on a moral crusade. One broken and battered Chiricahua boy, Na-e-te-nay, drags himself across the Arizona desert, held together only by a bleak vision of revenge; a vision that will cause him to abandon his warrior traditions and set his feet on Coyote’s Trail — the road of murder and evil. After a brothel shootout between Na-e-te-nay and the US cavalry ends in fire and death, America, a broken young Mexican woman with her own reasons for hating the cavalry, finds herself pulled into his plot.
Enlisting the nominal aid of Rogerio, a shiftless, sadistic whiskey peddler who knows more about America’s hellish past than even she does, the three conspire to draw Na-e-te-nay’s remaining enemies out of the safety of The Fort, using America’s body as bait.
But America has her own vision of revenge…


Edward M ErdelacEdward M. Erdelac was born in Indiana, educated in Chicago, and now resides in the Los Angeles area with his lovely wife and a bona fide slew of kids and cats. His fiction appears in DEADCORE, After Death, Corrupts Absolutely, Slices Of Flesh, Atomic Age Cthulhu, and Danse Macabre, among others. He is the author of the acclaimed Judeocentric/Lovecraftian weird western series Merkabah Rider, a coming of age western, Buff Tea, and the compiler of the first of Professor Abraham Van Helsing’s heretofore unpublished journals, Terovolas.  An award winning screenwriter and an independent filmmaker, he also wrote the definitive story about boxing in a galaxy far far away for Lucasfilm’s Star Wars franchise.
News about his work, both extant and forthcoming, can be read at his blog, Delirium Tremens, at  He can also be found on Facebook if you deign to seek him there.


Planned Release Date - July 1st, 2013




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