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|Barnesville Public Library||W BRA (Text)||33500013125059||New||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9781250234162
- ISBN: 1250234166
- Physical Description: 373 pages ; 18 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : St. Martin's Paperbacks, an imprint of St. Martin's Publishing Group, 
- Copyright: ©1994
|General Note:|| First work originally published: New York, NY : St. Martin's Paperbacks, 1994. Second work originally published: New York, NY : St. Martin's Paperbacks, 1996.
|Summary, etc.:|| In Black Fox, Texas plains ran with the blood of natives and settlers, as pioneers carved out ranch land from ancient Indian hunting grounds and the U.S. Army turned the tide of battle. Now the Civil War has begun, and the Army is pulling out of Fort Belknap--giving the Comanches a new chance for victory and revenge. Led by the remarkable warrior, Little Buffalo, the Comanche and Kiowa are united in a campaign to wipe out the settlers forever. But in their way stand two remarkable men.
Outlaw Kingdom: In 1889, Bill Tilghman joined the historic land rush that transformed a raw frontier into Oklahoma Territory. A lawman by trade, he set aside his badge to make his fortune in the boomtowns. Yet Tilghman was called into service once more, on a bold, relentless manhunt that would make his name a legend for all time--in an epic confrontation with outlaw gang leader Bill Doolin.
MATT BRAUN was the author of more than four dozen novels, and won the Golden Spur Award from the Western Writers of America for The Kincaids. He described himself as a "true westerner"; born in Oklahoma, he was the descendant of a long line of ranchers. He wrote with a passion for historical accuracy and detail that earned him a reputation as the most authentic portrayer of the American West. Braun passed away in 2016.
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