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The Six Jolly Cowboys By Wrestling Fan Glen Enloe (Kansas City Author)

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 25, 2016



We are glad to give exposure to Glen Enloe for his brand new book that he has published The Six Jolly Cowboys recently as the author has been a huge supporter of pro wrestling throughout the years. Fans may recognize Glen in his cowboy hat as he is in the front rows cheering on good guys and booing the bad guys at Metro Pro Wrestling and World League Wrestling.

I am going to be reading this soon and I highly encourage you to purchase your very own copy today.

The setting is Dead Devil, New Mexico. James Jolly has been hired to find the six most dangerous outlaws in the country to fight in the local Dead Devil War between two local factions. But soon Jolly realizes that even he can’t control the six deadly killers he has banded together. The so-called “Six Jolly Cowboys” carve a path of death, destruction and mutilation across the countryside before the final climax of carnage and blood.

About L. Glen Enloe (Kansas City 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.
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