Page 158 Books Author Event | Scott Gates
June 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Page 158 Books is pleased to welcome local author Scott Gates for the launch of his new book GONE, THE REDEEMER at a special event held at the Wake Forest Historical Museum on June 16 at 6:00 pm.
About the Book
Thomas Sparkman wasn’t looking for trouble. He never could have imagined being on a wanted poster, let alone becoming a notorious gold robber hunted in two states. But when Thomas sneaks off the Cuban front of the Spanish-American War with his sights set on returning to his pregnant wife in California, his path takes a series of unexpected turns. He’s joined on his journey by a mysterious mercenary, a runaway circus sideshow performer, and an Apache guide and her infant son.
As the group traverses the American West, they cross paths with rogues, loners, and hired guns—some searching for their own form of redemption, some working to stop him dead in his tracks. Thomas and his travel companions must stay two steps ahead of their pursuers, outwitting them at every turn, or Thomas may never see home again.
Visit page158books.com to preorder your copy of Gone, The Redeemer.
About the Author
Scott Gates is the author of Hard Road South, published by Blue Ink Press. He is a magazine editor and a second-generation communicator for rural electric cooperatives. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Auburn University and a Master of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Colorado in Boulder.
Scott grew up in Montgomery, Alabama, and currently lives in North Carolina with his wife and three kids, where he enjoys a slower pace of life and reliable barbecue options. He and his brother share perspectives on Southern culture at incidentalist.com.
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Wake Forest Historical Museum
Wake Forest, North Carolina 27587 United States 919-556-2911
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