Texas Author Releases First Two Books in His “A Tucson Kid Western” Book Series
The Tucson Kid is called to the northwest by the Great Northern Fur Company to go after one of their partners, Rex Normanson, who has gone rogue. Tucson must fight his way up the Stick River against all the forces that Normanson will send against him. During the journey, he will have to deal with the growing tension between himself and his chief of security, Joe Personelli, a master gunfighter and a killer, along with his increasing attraction to Sophie Halloway, a beautiful half-Indian woman who is the only person who can guide Tucson to Rex Normanson's stronghold. Storm Rider is an action-packed adventure story where the Tucson Kid discovers that nothing is as it seems.
Book 2, A Tucson Kid Western
Author Richard Dawes
Publisher: Melange Books
Published: January 2014
Genre: Western, Men's Action, Adventure
The Tucson Kid is sentenced to death when he's accused of murder after killing a man in a gunfight. He's bought out of his sentence by a woman who has a job for him. A bandit is holding something over her father, and she asks Tucson to infiltrate his gang to discover what it is. Tucson is pitted alone against the outlaws and must face the bandit chief in a battle to the death.
About The Author:
Richard Dawes was born and raised in California and now resides in a small town in Texas. After a tour of duty in the Marine Corps, he spent fifteen years in management in the Moving and Storage, Computer, and Credit Union industries. He started writing short stories as a boy and has written several historical novels. A long time student of Native American traditions, he includes positive references to those traditions throughout the Tucson Kid series. Other sub-themes explored in the series are authentic masculinity, relationships and power.
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