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In the last years of the tough and woolly land called Indian Territory, the outlaw Henry Starr rides roughshod. A native son of “The Nations” he’s more Scotch-Irish than Cherokee, but scorned by both. He never really wanted to journey west of the law, yet fate seems to insist. He’s… Read More

Featured Review by Celtic-Scribe63

"Well I certainly wouldn't mind reading some more of Henry Starr's ballad. Well written, gritty and full of Western atmosphere. I could almost ..." Read More

The Dead Line was a railroad cutting across the middle of Indian Territory. It ran straight south from Caldwell, Kansas to Fort Reno, I.T., then down through the Cheyenne and Comanche and Kiowa lands, crossing the Red River into Bowie, Texas. West of it no law existed, only outlaws. On… Read More
When a family is found brutally murdered deep in the tribal lands of the Quapaw in the new state of Oklahoma, evidence leads fledgling Deputy U.S. Marshal Jubal Smoak to suspect the outlaw Crow Redhand. But the savagery of the murders doesn’t add up for that of a common cattle… Read More

Featured Review by james farr

"The mixing of Native American legend and real life gives the book a deep plot. Beautifully written. My primer in Ecology for High schoolers uses..." Read More

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