A Phantom Gunslinger Out for Revenge

A Phantom Gunslinger Out for Revenge (Dry Bones Publishing, 2021)

An abandoned theme park atop a mountain . . . A New Year’s night blizzard . . . A phantom gunslinger out for revenge. In Deadwood, you may lose your life. In Old West World you could lose your soul.

Someone is coming for Nick—and maybe his sister and all who ever helped him solve a “supernatural” mystery. Is a phantom gunslinger out for revenge? Who is this masked man and why does he want Nick to leave Old West World in a pine box? In the fifth book in the series Nick finds that loose ends from past cases may leave him tied to a train trestle with the Black Beauty’s cowcatcher bearing down.

In this middle-grade mystery suspense, award-winning author Eddie Jones takes readers on a Wild, Wild, West ride to the peak of a snow-covered Georgia mountain on New Years night. In Old West World, doing the right thing may leave you on the wrong end of a tombstone.

★ Shortlisted as a Selah Award Winner for Middle Grade Fiction ★

Parents can trust the Caden Chronicles series. There is no sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language, only positive moral values.

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Want to help teen sleuth Nick Caden uncover the mystery behind the phantom gunslinger?

Complete the “Official Criminal Inquiry” book report and see if you have the makings of a “cold case” detective.

Writing a great book report can be a challenging assignment because it requires the reader (or listener, if an audio book) to remember and analyze large amounts of information. Information like: the story’s main themes, its plot, character’s external problems and emotional issues. No worries! Included on this page are the questions you will need to complete your book report of Phantom Gunslinger.

With this easy-to-follow “Official Criminal Inquiry” worksheet, you can fill in the answers to the questions while you read the Kindle or print version or listen to the audiobook. When finished, your book report should be thorough enough to convict a killer!

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