Midnight

by Tom Claffey

published by Tom Claffey

produced by Sweetgrass Books

  • Forced off the road during a violent nighttime storm, big rig driver Kelsey Brannigan and her feisty mutt Max shelter beside an abandoned church in Taiban, New Mexico. Inside the old church, Max discovers a victim of the storm—a raven with a broken wing.

    Kelsey names the injured bird Midnight and a reaches out to Wildlife Rescue with hopes the can mend the wing and return Midnight to the sky. Along the way, Kelsey introduces us to a gallery of truckers and western towns—while romance kindles between her and a stoic rugged cowboy named Rick Delgado.



150 pages, 6" x 9" , 5 b/w photos, 60 softcovers per case

softcover
ISBN 10: 1591522188
ISBN 13: 9781591522188
$14.95


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Tom Claffey align= Tom Claffey, a member of the Western Writers of America, spent his growing-up years in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado. He majored in English literature at New Mexico Military Institute and Creighton University and, in 1954, accepted an appointment to West Point. He graduated in 1958 and became a pilot in the U.S. Air Force. In civilian life he worked in investment securities and banking and began writing for publication in 1981. He lives in Santa Fe.


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