Dead Men Don't Ride
A nameless man wakes up in an open pine box next to two dead outlaws. As a boy pokes him with a stick, he rises and stumbles out of the casket. Not knowing who he is or why he is there, he knocks a shocked old man from his horse and rides out of town. The amazed townspeople stare in disbelief as the dead man rides away. They call him dead man, hoodoo and Coffin Man as time goes by as he mindlessly raids the town and surrounding towns in a quest to find himself and discover if he is human, a ghost or a monster.
About L. Glen Enloe (Kansas City, Missouri & Kansas Author)
Glen Enloe is a former advertising copy writer. He has published in a wide range of literary journals over the years, the Kansas City Star and American Cowboy. He has also been a winner of the David Ray Reward, and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. In recent years he has published two books of free verse, five books of cowboy poetry and a non-fiction book about an Old West outlaw.