Buck Davis, a half Indian, is marshal of Red Creek, Texas. The time setting is 1994. A woman named Courtney Waters enters his office. She looks exactly like the Indian woman he met six months earlier his "dream".
On impulse, Buck asks if her Indian name is Little Fawn and she says yes. She has come to him to solve a murder that took place over a hundred years ago in this very town.
Buck begins to relate to her his "dream" experience of traveling back in time to when the town was truly wild. He believes he was called from the future to help solve the murder of a woman whose spirit contacts him from the grave.
This is a story of adventure, suspense, romance and murder as Buck travels through the past, present and future.
"Bob Kody, an up-and-coming new writer, will hold you spellbound with the page turner The Ghost of Little Fawn, a time-travel western filled with Indian lore, history, love, mystery and action."—Earle Adkins, author of seven western novels.