Just a few of Trent's numerous published works. You can find more of his books on his Amazon author page. There will also be a store coming soon, on this website, where you can purchse signed Trent Zelazny books.
For Max Pendleton, the New Mexico town of Sueño Roto is dreary and lonesome. Unfortunately, it is also his new home. Forced by a crippled economy to take up residence at his wife’s uncle’s vacant, desolate house, Max finds himself entangled not only in a sinister revenge plot, but also in something enigmatically unknown. As his shaky marriage crumbles, he finds inspiration in the least likely of places. Sometimes a man’s best friend truly is his dog.
In VOICELESS, Zelazny draws the account of a desperate life in the dust and shines the light of hope into the darkest of places.
Jeff Carlisle is obsessed over the mysterious disappearance of his sister. Having recently moved into a new home, he acquaints himself with his new neighbors, and discovers quickly that all is not right next door.
But what can be done? After all, they're just people. And people are just a part of life, right?
"There isn't one Zelazny story I've read that hasn't impressed me, but this one is definitely his best to date."
—Leigh M. Lane
Too Late to Call Texas
If only he hadn't found the hat. Or the dead guy. Or the steamer trunk. Or the rag doll. If only he hadn't found any of these things, everything might have been okay. But he had found them. All of them. Now Carson Halliday is on the run, trying his damnedest to keep one step ahead of a dangerous gang of outlaws and mad men. A run leading him from town to town in the dry wasteland of the southern New Mexico desert, over dark hills and dangerous plains, through shantytowns and city streets, and, most frightening of all, into the mysterious depths of the human heart.
"A thrilling neo-Western noir novel... An ugly, bloody, and suspenseful examination of human instinct and desire gone haywire."
—The New Mexican
Perry wakes up in an arroyo, hungover and unsure how he got there. His wallet and cell phone missing, he walks back to the last place he remembers being before he blacked out—the bar. Fueled by alcohol and a touch of companionship, Perry is determined to find out who rolled him, but standing in his way is an accident that happened six months earlier and the struggle his life has become since. In his search for the material things taken from him, he risks walking right past something far more precious: A new beginning. This new novella by Zelazny is dark, gripping, emotional noir at its best!