by Robert Callis



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/27/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 386
ISBN : 9781663202031

About the Book

This story features Gary “Swifty” Olson. Swifty has been Kit Andrews partner in their company for several years. After receiving a phone call from his sister notifying him of his father’s death, Swifty takes time off to see his mother and attend the funeral. When he gets to the family ranch in Cody, Wyoming, he visits the scene of the auto accident his father died in. What he finds doesn’t make sense, so he begins to snoop around and ask questions. The answers are elusive, and he finds clues his father may have been murdered. This is a story of a son searching to find out who may have murdered his father and why. In his search for answers, Swifty encounters old friends like veterinarian Ann Dexter, sheriff’s clerk, Melinda Swanson, and high school chum Lefty Phillips. He also runs into old enemies and manages to make some new ones in the course of his investigation. After a frustrating search for information, he gets a clue from his favorite Aunt, Judy Vannoy and soon finds himself face to face with a grandfather he had never met, and thought was dead. Swifty embarks on a search for the truth and seeks revenge for his father’s murder. A task that becomes more and more dangerous both for Swifty and his friends.

About the Author

Robert W. Callis is a native of Galva, Illinois. He graduated from Iowa Wesleyan University in 1965 with a B.A degree, majoring in History and minoring in English. At Wesleyan he was a member of Signa Tau Delta literary society. He attended the College of Law at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. He is a retired commercial banker. This is his ninth novel and his eighth in a series about Kit Andrews. The other seven in the series are Kemmerer, Hanging Rock, Buckskin Crossing, The Ghosts of Skeleton Canyon, the Night Hawk, Above the Timberline, and The Reunion.. Callis has also written a stand alone novel, The Horse Holder, a story set during the siege of Atlanta during the American Civil War. He currently resides in the foothills outside Boulder, Colorado, where has lived since 1984.