Deal of the Month



 Cozy up next to the fireplace and read one of Moonlight Mesa Associates’ top-selling westerns.  Saving Tom Black has it all: fast-paced shoot-em-up action, humor, romance, and tenderness. This title was Moonlight Mesa’s first western and its most popular. In fact, the book is potentially being considered for a movie by Loose Horse Productions.

Saving Tom Black is the first book in a seven-book series. Once readers meet the main characters there’s no stopping. All of the books are set in Arizona around 1888. Many characters in the books are based on actual people. This is a remarkable series, and Saving Tom Black  is a superior introduction to it.

                                          PRAISE FOR SAVING TOM BLACK
Saving Tom Black is a story that is pure, yet exciting; tender, yet brimming with danger; sad, yet joyous. It is a story that will cascade you with emotions, and at the end leave you satisfied and smiling. This is one book I would be proud to keep in my personal library and recommend to young and old. This is a writer who knows how to get into your very heart with a  true treasure of a read. Well done!
                                                Shirley Johnson, Senior Reviewer/MidWest Book Review
Jere D. James has written a jim-dandy of a book. James sets a nice pace with his gripping novel. Saving Tom Black has it all; a beautiful young refugee from an orphanage; a kindly Samaritan; a stalwart U. S. Marshal; deadly desperados; and a wonderful story of budding love.
                                                         Marshall Trimble, Official Arizona State Historian
Jere D. James has written a book that grabs the reader’s attention from the opening paragraph and doesn’t let go until the final word. His smooth flowing prose is easy to read and he paces the story beautifully. There are many heart-warming scenes and others that sadden. Saving Tom Black is filled with memorable characters that are portrayed expertly, making it easy for the reader to share their pain and joy.
                                                                                       Steve Myall, Western Fiction Review

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