The horseman War arrives with fire, igniting fear in Independents.
War is coming and she rides a foul-tempered horse, setting fires to the farmhouses beyond the outskirts of Independents. Scout, the spiritual leader in town, is too wrapped up with personal issues to tend to his flock. He misses Raven. She was a part of home, his real home back in the Lou. They’re both memories, but he still loves her. Scout rides out into the Big Bad to search for his lost girlfriend and discovers that she is more lost to him than ever before. He must decide what he desires most as everything burns around him.
Ted Hill grew up in the front pew of the Methodist church in Denton, Texas where he honed his scribbling skills on the church bulletin. He peaked as a senior in high school when he became Class President, Homecoming King, All-District Offensive Tackle, and Class Clown. He also failed Spanish II and Geometry, but graduated because of football credits. Ted then took his talents to Bethany College in the middle of Kansas where he fell in love with the heartland.