Four men waited and four men walked ... clearly a confrontation was coming. You've walked that walk before with the Earps and Doc Holliday through the streets of Tombstone always focused on the inevitable showdown with gunpowder. It never gets old. But the distance is getting shorter; the distance between truth and the legend. This time we walk this walk with the cowboys. The story has been to... read more
Heretofore, the "Cowboys" have been portrayed as gun-slinging, snaggle-toothed bad guys bent on destruction with no family history, morals, or redeeming qualities. This book gives us a better understanding of the Earp enemies who have been written off as little more than scoundrels and scallywags. Certainly most of these men rode dark trails, but the Earps were not exactly choir boys. Tough ti... read more
All About Arizona is a collection of previously published newspaper and magazine articles documenting some of the most important people, places and events in the history of the state. All About Arizona also includes light-hearted pieces and informational articles told in a manner certain to interest and entertain the reader.
John Henry 'Doc' Holliday, Georgia gentleman, dentist turned gambler, a consumptive whose days are numbered, follows his friend, Wyatt Earp to the boom town of Tombstone, Arizona Territory. From the moment Holliday sets foot on the dusty Tombstone streets, his path as a lawman is set. Time and again he risks life and safety for his friends and for justice, taking on the likes of Curly Bill Bro... read more
When John Henry "Doc" Holliday died at age thirty-six in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, he left behind more than a reputation. He left a son. Would the boy live down the lies or live up to the legend?
The American Civil War, 1861 - 1865In an era fraught with upheaval and uncertainty two boys from vastly diverse backgrounds learn they are not so different after all.Fourteen year old Martin Rogers, descended from the famous soldierand Indian fighter, Major Robert Rogers, dreams of life away from the family farm in Vermont and yearns for the adventures of which he has only read of in books. Dr... read more
Sexy, savvy, smart, in love with one man yet drawn to another, Hungarian born blue blood Mary Katherine Haroney, aka Kate Elder, lives life on the edge. And the edge in Tombstone, Arizona Territory, circa 1880, is a dangerous place indeed.Kate's love, dentist/gambler, John Henry "Doc" Holliday, is a hairsbreadth from death. With his days numbered due to the consumption killing him, Doc seeks t... read more
Intrigue, mystery, murder, 1905, Pearce, Arizona Territory.Micah Rogers is sumoned to the gold rush boomtown by a friend in desperate need of help. Indeed, the situation is one of life or death and involves a mysterious object men have killed to possess. This object found its way from Cuba to Arizona Territory among the belongings of a former member of the United States Volunteer Cavalry durin... read more
APPEARANCES: A sheriff tries to solve several robberies when the logical perpetrator has a perfect alibi. A stagecoach robber learns something about the wages of sin when he tries to kiss a nun. A drifter's past catches up to him with a startling revelation. A Texas Ranger tries to figure out how a man can be stabbed to death if he is alone in a stagecoach. Arizona resident and Western Author,... read more
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