The Trouble in Texas Series - Tales of Life, Death and Love: A Western Adventure From The Author of "Pinto's Run: A Western Adventure"
Buck Grayson: South Texas Freighter
Somewhere in Texas – In Buck Grayson: South Texas Freighter, Cherokee Parks has provided us with yet another enchanting and adventurous tale of the Old West. Borrowing from history and with strict geographical detail, he utilizes both historical figures and believable fictional characters that interact as seamlessly as if they were all real. After reading this story, you’ll find yourself wondering just how much was fiction, and how much was taken from the oral history of the area.
The 1880s were a violent and harsh time all across America, but none more so than in Texas and the Indian Territories. Lawlessness was rampant, and the law was only beginning to gain a foothold. Heroes and villains gained in notoriety as the “Penny Novel” made its impact on young and old minds alike. And while we know the names of the most notorious and fabled, there were so many more names that were lost to time.
Jase Pinto is but one of those lost names, as he faded in and out of history like a ghost – supporting law and order wherever he traveled. Whether with his knives, his Winchester, or his Colt, Pinto doled out justice to some of the worst outlaws in the Territories and North Texas.
Who was this mysterious man known as Jase Pinto? Only a chosen few ever knew his secret, or his real identity. Pinto’s Run reveals his story, and how the legend began.
Jake Laughlin's Second Bath In The Same Year
Jake Laughlin is a crusty, middle-aged cowboy, content with his life except for having to deal with an old mossy-horned, red-eyed, ornery, bent on destruction Longhorn cow. Through a series of unexpected events, Jake ends up with the ability to fulfill all the dreams of his youth at a time when he, in his maturity, can truly appreciate it. He just has to deal with the Longhorn cow known as “Bad Bertha” once and for all.
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