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R.S. Belcher

Author of The Six-Gun Tarot

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Works by R.S. Belcher

The Six-Gun Tarot (2013) 472 copies, 30 reviews
The Shotgun Arcana (2014) 157 copies, 11 reviews
Nightwise (2015) 136 copies, 9 reviews
The Brotherhood of the Wheel (2016) 109 copies, 4 reviews
The Queen of Swords (2017) 98 copies, 2 reviews
King of the Road (2018) 43 copies, 3 reviews
The Night Dahlia (2018) 32 copies, 1 review
The Ghost Dance Judgement (2020) 16 copies, 2 reviews
The Queen's Road (2020) 4 copies, 1 review

Associated Works

Strange New Worlds 9 (2006) — Contributor — 94 copies, 4 reviews
Neverland's Library (2014) — Contributor — 41 copies, 2 reviews
The Weird Wild West (2015) — Contributor — 26 copies, 1 review
The Demons of King Solomon (2017) — Contributor — 12 copies
Galactic Stew (2020) — Contributor — 12 copies
Noir (2022) — Author — 11 copies

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Canonical name
Belcher, R.S.
Legal name
Belcher, Rod
Birthdate
20th Century
Gender
male
Nationality
USA

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FROM AMAZON: 1720. Escaping the gallows, Anne Bonney, the infamous pirate queen, sets sail in search of a fabulous treasure said to behiding in a lost city of bones somewhere in the heart of Africa. But what she finds is a destiny she never expected . . . .

1870. Maude Stapleton is a respectable widow raising a daughter on her own. Few know, however, that Maude belongs to an ancient order of assassins, the Daughters of Lilith, and heir to the legacy of Anne Bonney, whose swashbuckling exploits blazed a trail that Maude must now follow―if she ever wants to see her kidnapped daughter again!

Searching for her missing child, come hell or high water, Maude finds herself caught in the middle of a secret war between the Daughters of Lilith and their ancestral enemies, the monstrous Sons of Typhon, inhuman creatures spawned by primordial darkness, she embarks on a perilous voyage that will ultimately lead her to the long-lost secret of Anne Bonney―and the Father of All Monsters.
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Gmomaj | 1 other review | Feb 25, 2023 |
A fantastic read, weird, wonderful, excellent characters and a really great ending. I love the way small interesting bits are revealed slowly.
The characters are believable, so the mash up of Wild West, Paranormal and Gods is totally believable.
(The steampunk is very light, but is there is a creepy way..)
Maude is an amazing character and I hope to see more of her in book 2...
 
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davisfamily | 29 other reviews | Dec 11, 2022 |
The sequel in the Golgotha series continues the horror element in this western town. It starts off slow, but really picks up. If you enjoyed the first book, I'm sure you will enjoy this too.
 
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renbedell | 10 other reviews | Dec 8, 2022 |
DNF, read 11%. Stopped when the author leaped from the interesting-enough story to some heavenly creature in the firmament? On a mission that... I don't know. Christian mythology stuff I never care about and won't endure the boredom to even skim.
 
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terriaminute | 29 other reviews | Dec 4, 2022 |

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