""Saving Tom Black" is a story that is pure, yet exciting; tender, yet brimming with danger; sad, yet joyous. It is one that will cascade you with emotions, and at the end leave you satisfied and smiling."--Shirley Johnson, Senior Reviewer, "MidWest Book Review."
1922. Raine, born in England and raised in Arkansas, drifted
to the western states and began his writing career. He has written numerous western novels. Man Size begins: She stood on the crown of the hill, silhouetted against a ...
Entrenched on a poorly sheltered island, many of Seamus Donegan''s
fellow Army scouts lie dead. Led by Colonel George Forsyth, 50 plainsmen had combed the Colorado Territory for Cheyenne. But along a fork at the Republican River, they were ...
After Matt Jensen is sentenced to hang at Yuma Prison,
he escapes and finds himself hunted by a determined U.S. marshal as well as tangling with a vicious band of outlaws. Original.Book Format: Pocketbook. Number of Pages: 0269. Publisher: Pinnacle Books