The Sureshot excerpt #1

The large man stopped suddenly and so did his son. He slowly reached for his giant long bow and gently pulled out an arrow from the quiver on his back. His hand drew back the string of his mighty bow until it touched his bearded cheek. Holding absolutely steady, he loosed the arrow. The missile twisted slightly as it sailed through the air, flying past massive trees until finding the unsuspecting buck. The arrow struck the animal’s side…

Excerpt from chapter 1,  page 9

The Sureshot by Phillip Brunnengraeber

Hi everyone, as part of my endeavor to promote my book, I will now be posting a few sentences from the book every week or so. I hope that you enjoy them and continue to come back and read more

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About Phil

Just a man with a lot of stories, poems and things to talk about in his mind. Thanks for reading.
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