The Willing Spirit
by Greg Camp
172 pages — $12.97
Henry Dowland is a survivor, but he doesn't know why. His childhood was torn from him by years
of torment at the hands of his domineering father. He escaped by joining the Confederacy to
fight for a way of life he'd only dreamed of, a life of gentility and peace, but the realities
of war ripped that dream away too, leaving even more questions. Now he drifts westward, seeking
redemption and answers. What he finds is a boy he's never seen and doesn't know – a lad
not yet fourteen – who wants him dead.
Dowland wants to know why.
And he won't let anything take away this answer.
Praise for The Willing Spirit
"A new guy rode into the sagebrush pen business and danged if he ain't good at it. Pick up his latest,
you won't be disappointed one bit."
~ Dusty Richards, Western Heritage Award Winner and two-time Spur Award Winner
"An exciting read for fans who like their stories served up with strong black coffee boiled on a campfire and villains who aren't easily detected."
~ Velda Brotherton, author of Wilda's Outlaw – The Victorians
Greg Camp was born in the hills of North Carolina about two hundred years too early or
too late. He has wandered around the southern United States ever since, picking up bits
of experience and polishing his curmudgeonly persona. He listens to the Muses whenever
they sing to him. Following a star brought him and his cats to northwest Arkansas, where
he is currently trying to repair his sextant.