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Low Water Crossing

Book 2 of the Sulfur Gap Series

Dana Glossbrenner

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Description

A human skeleton is unearthed on Wayne Cheadham’s ranch. The grisly discovery stops the digging and points a bony finger at Wayne’s long-gone first wife. Fast-paced and laced with humor, the three loves of Wayne’s life tell their own stories. These strong-willed women present unique challenges to test Wayne’s mettle and refine his spirit.
Wayne draws together an unlikely blend of friends and family. Characters are coffee buddies, burger joint employees, drug traffickers, members of law enforcement, ranchers, church members, a country-western band, and the occasional newcomer to town.


Praise For Low Water Crossing: Book 2 of the Sulfur Gap Series

In Low Water Crossing, Dana Glossbrenner nails the sights, smells, and human interactions so typical in small West Texas towns. Murder, dark secrets, shame, and revenge interweave in colorful personalities who pass through Wayne Cheadham's life. Heavy doses of tongue-in-cheek humor lighten and entertain as Wayne brings the plot full circle with truth, justice, and honor--the Cowboy Way. ~Jean Stinnett, LPC, author of Please Pray with Me

Dana Glossbrenner, 9798664979459, 468pp.

Publication Date: July 18, 2020



About the Author

Dana Glossbrenner's novels are set in small-town West Texas. "The Lark" features Charley Bristow, a successful young hair stylist. His misadventures provide humor, intrigue, and catharsis, as he discovers a lost family history. "Low Water Crossing" features rancher Wayne Cheadham. The saga of his three marriages is narrated by each of his wives, giving the reader a family story laced with humor and heartache.

"Women Behind Stained Glass: West Texas Pioneers," a historical work, recounts the lives of women who helped settle the area around San Angelo, Texas.

Glossbrenner grew up in Snyder, Texas, earned degrees from Texas Tech, Angelo State University, and Texas State University in San Marcos, and has spent most of her adult life in West Texas. She cites Larry McMurtry and Elmer Kelton as major inspirations for writing about Texas.