Book Review: The Little River Outlaws - & Other Stories of Adventure by S. C. Taylor
categories: Book, Adventure, Suspense, Mystery, Americana, Short Stories, Human Interest
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S. C. Taylor about this book: Spend an evening with a band modern day outlaws in an ancient cemetary and ride across the country in a bus through a sand storm with a cast of colorful characters. Encounter the hair raising suspense of hitching a ride with an angry man who has possibly lost his mind and yet live to tell the tale. Ride the rails through the Louisiana bayous and play billiards in the seedy pool halls of New Orleans. The Little River Outlaws & Other Stories of Adventure is a collection of seven short stories mostly related to the cultural heritage of the United States. Set during a time when the price of gas was half a buck, a loaf of bread was two bits, and postage stamp was just a nickel. With a keen and discerning eye for detail, S.C. Taylor effortlessly captures the readers' imagination and takes him on a roller coaster ride from beginning to end.
If you enjoy reading human interest stories and suspense, then you will thoroughly enjoy the Little River Outlaws & Other Stories of Adventure. Guaranteed not to disappoint.
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Apparently, at least according to the writer of the Little River Outlaws, the stories that are told are based on factual events in the writer's life. I have to admit, after having read the stories, I can truly say that the writer must have lived a very exciting, interesting, and dangerous life. My only guess is that Shaun Taylor wrote the The Little River Outlaws and Other Stories of Adventure as fiction because it's easier to believe! [by John Rockwell]