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Woods Half-Cherokee Morgan Black seeks revenge for the brutal slaughter of his family years before by evil Johannes Hertzig, but when Morgan meets Sara Mae, betrothed to a loveless match with Hertzig's son, Morgan's love conflicts with his desire for revenge. Tall tales are told, about granduncle Heck Pargrew and Jim Bowie's silver mine treasure in Old Mexico, and young Jim Ed begins to wonder if the stories might be true. Smith African-American cowboy Obadiah Williams uncovers a devilish plot that threatens the existence of the township of Oliviaville.

Parker [] A sequel to "Appaloosa" []; Hitch takes a job at a saloon in the raw new town of Resolution, and is soon caught between the townsfolk and the ruthless mine owner. Hitch is relieved when pal Cole shows up, but local tensions soon escalate as the mine owner buys out businesses, threatening the loosely-organized ranchers.


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The two men are hired as deputies and are soon at odds with the town's preacher, who has a strong influence over Allie. Hill and of vicious detective Wm. Pinkerton and his brutal henchmen. Army's last cavalry unit.

Heisner, Illustrated by Al P. Bringas Half-breed former military scout Holton Lang is asked to help negotiate a new agreement between Apache tribal leaders and the U. Army at Fort Davis, where hostile Apache warrior Stalking Wolf is stirring up bloody warfare against the white settlers and the blue-coated military. Besides all that, U.

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Marshal Taggart has rustlers, a runaway slave, Jayhawkers, and folks bent on revenge to contend with. Maybe he's getting too old for this job. But the discovery of a wounded man sets Jess on a new trail, one that will test his perseverance and his beliefs, as life challenges him in ways he never imagined possible. The next book is "Autumn of The Loons". Allan Dunn 2 ; John Fox, Jr.

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Horton; Emerson Hough; Robert E. Allan Dunn, T. Hogan, Robert E. Regardless of the paths that she has taken academically, B. Her first books were written while she was in the seventh grade.

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Using classmates as characters seemed to put the books in high demand, and even as adults, those friends still ask to read them. Regardless of what else she has done in her life or how much the practice has been discouraged, writing has always been and always will be the center of her life.

She first moved to Michigan in She loves listening to any kind of music, especially if the lyrics are terrific, and learning as much as she can about people—their mannerisms, the way they speak, what they do, and why they do it. And she also loves watching western television series, especially those from the fifties and sixties. Her favorites are the early Gunsmoke episodes with Chester Goode in them, and that special father-son bond found in The Rifleman.

Another favorite is the series The Virginian. The pilot for Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman is one of the most credible depictions of the nineteenth century American west that she has ever seen on celluloid, and several grimly realistic episodes from the first and second seasons are favorites of hers. And lately, Hell on Wheels is more than enough to satisfy her taste for the wild west.

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The Thunderhead trilogy was written with historical facts incorporated into the story, along with authentic descriptions of the time period.