Johnny D. Boggs
When visiting his uncle's ranch, Caleb Hart finds himself smack in the middle of a bitter dispute between a group of canny rustlers and vigilante cattlemen out for blood justice!
Three twelve-year-olds, two notorious gunfighters, a half-crazed albino, and a grieving woman vie for $30,000 in gold coin, buried twenty years ago in treacherous Doubtful Cañon.
A Comanche who's been in the white world for the last several years struggles to come to terms with his heritage while investigating the wrongful hanging of his best friend.
On September 7, 1876, the James-Younger gang attempted to rob the First National Bank of Northfield, Minnesota, with disastrous consequences. In a unique, compelling approach, author Johnny D. Boggs shifts perspectives from one first-person account to another to describe the bloody robbery, as well as the events leading to it and its aftermath.