By William W. Johnstone, J. A. Johnstone
Born and bred within the Texas Pandhandle city of Comanche Crossing, William "Wild Bill" Longley gunned down a dozen of its males in chilly blood prior to he acquired round to the sheriff and deputy--so he may take over the task himself. Then he chanced on the precise sidekick in a vicious occupation legal named Booker Tate. along with his remorseless center set on a gorgeous younger lady, Wild invoice and Booker take the full city hostage till the younger woman concurs to marry a guy she despises.
That's whilst a cold-eyed stranger involves city with a useless guy strapped to his saddle. In a city the place violence and homicide rule the day, a terrifying conflict is set to explode--between ruthless Wild invoice Longley and a bounty hunter named Tam Sullivan, who's performed quite a lot of killing of his own...
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My summers were spent on Lake Michigan, and looking out across this large expanse of sparkling water, I often wondered if at some time another girl on the Wisconsin shore could be waving at me standing on the Michigan shore. —Carol Crane CAROL CRANE Carol Crane loves to write about her family. The Christmas Tree Ship is based on a story Carol’s Swedish grandfather told of bravery and the dedication of a Lake Michigan ship’s captain and his family Carol and her cousins spent their summers on the shores of Lake Michigan swimming, boating, and fishing.
He felt the wind change, he felt the dampness in the air, and he had all the sails hoisted to race that storm across the lake. ” Then the sner slowly slipped beneath the churning lake. Lost were the captain and his crew, this Christmas Ship heartbreak. Grandpa got up and walked over to the window. “If you could see straight across the lake,” he told us, “you’d see the shores of Wisconsin. A little to the south would be Two Rivers, Wisconsin, very near where the ship went down. After that storm, the winds from the southwest washed driftwood and treasures from the Rouse Simmons clear across the lake and onto our Michigan shores.
She is often asked by children during school visits what inspired her to become a writer. Her answer is, “Reading other authors’ words about their experiences. ” Carol’s previous book, The Handkerchief Quilt, is about her mother, who was a reading teacher who brought the community together to sew a quilt made from handkerchiefs given to her by her students. Carol now resides in North Carolina with her two grandsons and their two cats, Dali and Skittles, who listen to her stories. CHRIS ELLISON Chris Ellison received his formal art training at the Harris School of Art in Franklin, Tennessee, and later at the Portfolio Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
A Dangerous Man (Bad Men of the West) by William W. Johnstone, J. A. Johnstone