Posts Tagged: The Story of Bat Garrett

Bat’s New Look

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Here’s the cover for the new Bat Garrett novel, “Up to Bat” … Out any day now is the story of how Bat was hired to prevent a man from dying, only to have him die later that night. Was he murdered by a spurned lover, an old enemy from his days as a spy… Read more »

Need a Read for Kindle or Nook?

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Did you receive a Kindle or Nook for Christmas—or just thinking about buying one for yourself? Now you’re looking to stock up on some excellent reading, right? Some words to carry you through these cold days of winter and into the new year. Look no further! (Or, buy all that’s available here, then feel free… Read more »

Re-Write Writ

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Just finished the re-write/clean-up of “Up to Bat”, the third book in the story of Bat Garrett! Really excited to tell the back story of a character who plays such an important part in the world of Garison Fitch. He also plays a pretty big part in the world of Edward & Marianne, which you’ll… Read more »

Coming Soon!(!)

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Bat Garrett is hired by wealthy Dallas oil man Franklin Gaston who thinks someone is trying to kill him. Bat is skeptical, but later that day the man is murdered and all signs point to the half-brother of the man’s recently-dumped mistress. The lawyers for Gaston’s estate—led by the beautiful Heather Dawson—want Bat to just… Read more »

Beautiful Art

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Here’s the latest Bat Garrett artwork from Mike Ray! Which one do you like best? Email me at garisonfitch@gmail.com

Newly Written

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Still, Bat and I both realized that the information garnered from that interview could prove pretty valuable if it panned out. If someone had set-up a base from which they carried out “a plan” (any plan), a perpetual rent house was a pretty good starting place. Neighbors wouldn’t notice if new people moved in—or moved… Read more »