In this powerful, fact-based novel, Alan Huffines has created a new Western classic. Beginning with Indian Territory's Marlow family and their real-life struggle for justice on the Texas frontier, Huffines combines a historian's grasp of period details and authentic language with a storyteller's ability to make readers lose sleep, sweat, and pace the floor. An unforgettable tale.
Alan C. Huffines is the author of "Blood of Noble Men: The Alamo Siege and Battle" and has been a Selected Author of the Texas Book Festival. He has also been featured on C-Span's "Book TV." He holds a master's degree in history, and his writing has appeared in several historical journals. A Persian Gulf War veteran, he is an active-duty combat arms officer. He is a member of the Western Writers of America.