Bob Giel was born in New York City and now lives in New Jersey. Throughout his life, he has spent time in the East and Midwest, but has never resided in any area that could be termed the West, a bit strange for someone who writes Westerns. However, having loved the Western Genre since he was a kid, he has absorbed so much of the period through books, movies and TV that he feels as if he has been there. The colors, sounds and images stay vividly enough in his mind that he can believe he has experienced them.
His latest novel, "A Crow to Pluck" is being published by Oghma Creative Media through their Westerns imprint, Galway Press.
Vengeance is Mine
Pounding heavily on the floor, their shoes created thudding noises that echoed slightly in the lengthy corridor. They walked slowly, the man in the cheap suit and his companion in the dark blue uniform. Making their way toward a door at the far end, the pace was set by the man in the suit. He had difficulty maintaining anything more than the effort he was now putting forth. The pain he experienced was evident and, while he doubled his attempt at speed, his gait remained the same, but a slight limp developed the harder he pushed himself.
The man in the uniform silently matched his companion’s gait. Read the full story HERE>>