Eye of the Dog

The Stars:
docnovella1_with name copyDoc, Vampire-Hunting Dog
“Herding sheep and killing vampires before breakfast. It’s good to have a job.”

Brown Ghost Hunting DogBrown, Ghost-Hunting Dog
“They have a ghost problem, and I’m the dog for the job.”

Their Stories:

Doc, Vampire Hunting Dog


Brown, Ghost Hunting Dog
Brown Ghost Hunting Dog Createspace
Have a ghost problem? Brown is the dog for the job. Normally used to herd sheep, her Border Collie Eye works on ghosts, too. Follow her adventures as she and her human, Elliott, hunt ghosts all over the old west. They find their first real ghost in a saloon in Miller, Colorado, and from there her nose leads her to more adventures.

Brown fights ghosts on trains, boats, and in old mines. She discovers that some ghosts are friendly when she and Elliott need extra help fighting a magical construct. There may be friendly ghosts, but there are no friendly Martians, and Brown has to take the ultimate adventure to save Elliott from their nefarious clutches, meeting new friends along the way.

Packed full of adventure, this weird western anthology contains seven short stories and one never before published novella.

Brown Ghost Hunting Dog Volume 2
Now Available
browncoverJoin Brown and her friends for more adventures in this second collection of ghost hunting fun. When she’s not busy herding sheep, she uses her border collie eye to keep wayward spirits in line, whether it’s banishing ghosts or solving murders. From abandoned forts, to haunted hotels, with Brown’s nose for trouble she’s always the dog for the job. This collection has nine action filled short stories perfect for anyone who loves dogs or a ghostly tale.

Short stories in various anthologies:

Camping Tails
The Moths of Miller Place

Doc and the Crash LandingThe Martian Anthology

Doc in Sheep Interrupted Amazon

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4 Responses to Eye of the Dog

  1. Mardel says:

    Can’t wait for the SciFi Brown. Love me some SciFi!

  2. It’s fun to write children’s books from a dog’s point of view.

  3. Pingback: Brown and the Lost Dutchman Mine | Writer J. A. Campbell

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