Western Life

Gem Theatre Deadwood

The Gem Theatre in Deadwood, South Dakota was a saloon that had a conflicting past and a lot of history attached to it. So much so, that HBO ended up making a successful series on it which ran for 2 years and is now about to release a movie about it too. This saloon was… Continue reading Gem Theatre Deadwood

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John Hughes

When mentioning the famous and legendary lawmen, John Reynolds Hughes ranks at the top of the list. Born on February 11, 1855, near Cambridge, John Hughes attended his school in the Henry County and in 1865 moved to Mound City, Kansas. His Early Days At the age of 14, John Hughes started to work on… Continue reading John Hughes

Books

OUT NOW – Rage Under The Red Sky

Nature’s fury and a gang leader’s white-hot lust for revenge combine to threaten the lives – and the friendship – of a frontier marshal and his deputy. Available in Kindle and Paperback When Marshal Josiah Hawke kills a man who ambushes him in a bizarre and unprovoked attack, he unwitting triggers a cascade of events… Continue reading OUT NOW – Rage Under The Red Sky

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Vaqueros

Livestock herders in the Americas arose from a tradition based in Spain and Portugal, who brought their riding and herding skills with them when Mexico and California were colonized in the 16th and 17th centuries. Today, many of the skills of the western ‘cowboy’ can be attributed to these early vaqueros and their mastery of… Continue reading Vaqueros

Books

OUT TODAY – Canyon of the Long Shadows

A final showdown between good and evil looms in a hidden world of deception and depravity. Available on Kindle and in Paperback Josiah Hawke and Tom Carmody are called back into action to track down the daughter of a prominent Texas judge.  She's among a stagecoach full of passengers kidnapped during a robbery and secreted… Continue reading OUT TODAY – Canyon of the Long Shadows