Treasure Kills, Legends of Tsalagee Book 1

Near the small town of Tsalagee, Oklahoma an infamous 19th Century outlaw’s booty lays hidden protected by a mysterious creature known in Native American lore as “Hill Man who screams at night.” Mystery, romance, comedy, and adventure await in Legends of Tsalagee.

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Legends from a small town come in many forms. Near Tsalagee, Oklahoma a monster lurks and an infamous 19th Century outlaw’s booty lays hidden. When two renegade bikers ride into town looking to find the Lost Treasure of Belle Starr, local legends Hayward Yost and Socrates Ninekiller suspect the ruffians’ involvement in the murder of a local farmer; a man rumored to have knowledge of the lost treasure’s location…and its curse. As events unfold, others in the community are drawn into the hunt – a Wiccan who moves to town to pursue her New Age lifestyle; her bumbling, socially inept boyfriend women can’t seem to resist; a young Iraqi War veteran home to heal his physical and emotional wounds; and a mysterious creature known in Native American lore as a forest demon whom they call “Hill Man who screams at night.” Mystery, romance, comedy, and adventure await in Legends of Tsalagee.

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Hi, I’m Phil Truman and I like to call myself an Oklahoma novelist.

I guess I’m qualified to do that because I’m an Oklahoma native, currently have four novels out with two more in the works, all set in the Sooner State.

Way last century, before I started all this novel writing, I earned a degree in English from the University of Tulsa. I’m a Vietnam Era veteran and worked as a teacher and coach, but transitioned into the business world where I morphed into an IT geek. My wife and I live in the Tulsa suburban city of Broken Arrow where we’ve spent the past 35 years raising our family.

You’ll find my books cover a varying range of genres – American Western, historical fiction, action/adventure, mystery, humor. I would encourage you to give them a look – GAME, a ’70’s era sports inspiration novel; Treasure Kills, Legends of Tsalagee Book 1, a novel of mystery, romance, and adventure; Red Lands Outlaw, the Ballad of Henry Starr, a historical novel set in the turn of the 20th Century Indian Territory; and West of the Dead Line, a collection of short fiction based on the life and times of one the most colorful U.S. Marshals to ever wear the badge.