by Richard Massey
|The Grand Adventure Begins.
Gregory knew they hunted him, but did they have the horses to see it through? He doubted it, but soon the answer would be known. He neared the brink of completing a mournful poem that had bedeviled him for a fortnight. And once done, he would again ride out and give test to their mettle. Gregory gazed into the raftered reaches of the hall and thought of home. An autumn gust rattled the shutters, candles flickered, and somewhere out there, they waited. He lit a stub of Frankincense, dipped his quill into the inkwell, and hunched over the golden sheet of parchment. (320 pages, Tiree Press, 2015)
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|A native Texan, Richard Massey lived in New England, the Midwest, and the Deep South before settling in Northwest Arkansas in 2007. A career reporter with over a decade of experience, he has written everything from features to hardcore crime stories. While he’s been to just about every juke house on the Mississippi Delta, he also appreciates the Rembrandt collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. He has a bachelor’s degree in history from Ohio State University, and a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Mississippi. He has studied Medieval history for 20 years.|