Hot Lead and Cold Steel Robert F. Turpin

ISBN: 9781460944790

Published: April 1st 2011

Paperback

232 pages


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Hot Lead and Cold Steel  by  Robert F. Turpin

Hot Lead and Cold Steel by Robert F. Turpin
April 1st 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 232 pages | ISBN: 9781460944790 | 5.43 Mb

The violent history and myths of western lawlessness burns through the pages of Hot Lead and Cold Steel. Both legendary and forgotten outlaws come alive with wild tempers and fast guns dealing out sudden death.

They left trails of blood and carnageMoreThe violent history and myths of western lawlessness burns through the pages of Hot Lead and Cold Steel. Both legendary and forgotten outlaws come alive with wild tempers and fast guns dealing out sudden death.

They left trails of blood and carnage throughout the old west, from the boom towns to cattle towns where stagecoach and railroad routes made their lawless work prime pickings. You can actually imagine the smell of gun smoke and feel the painful vibration of dying as you read this book. The stories in it are fast-paced action taking place in the old west during the 1880s-1890s, and portray in true form the violence and blood thirsty happenings of well-known and unheard of gunfighters, killers, bandits, and cold-blooded outlaws who left trails of blood and carnage throughout the Old West.

They were the scourge of the plains and merchants of death, men and women, from all walks of life coming from dirt-poor families or good homes and wealth. Read about their ruthless beginnings, unholy deeds, daring, and often unexpected demise. To this colorful background of western frontier history came the likes of Mose Miller, Wesley Barnett, Bob Rogers, notorious Indian outlaws, the Marlow Brothers, and others.

Of course, where you had outlaw killers, you had outlaw hunters, men like Preacher Burk, J. H. Mershon, Steve Venard, Alfred Victor, and other noted lawmen. Their incredible stories are based on fascinating true facts which are vividly recreated by the author. The information is researched and garnered from old newspapers, court records, files from Wells Fargo and the Pinkerton Agency, and other reliable sources pertaining to our Western History.



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