Don M. Russell explores American Southwest in novel
Circa 1889, a young freight and stagecoach company was being brutalized by outlaws, in and around Tucson, Arizona, territory. Matt Cantlin, general manager of the company, called on his brother to track down outlaw leaders and remedy the chaos. Jake meets the challenges through various altercations, his life on the line and the future of the town dependent on the six-gun at his side.
"'Arizona Star' is a fast-moving, continuous story that creates and involves charismatic characters and incorporates perpetual action which interweaves throughout the chapters of the book," Russell shares.
"I want readers to relate to the personal involvement of the story's characters, the simple, but harshness of the times in the late 1800s in the great Southwest."
By Don M. Russell
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 312 pages | ISBN 9781490781426
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 312 pages | ISBN 9781490781402
E-Book | 312 pages | ISBN 9781490781419
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About the Author
Don M. Russell is in his early 70s, wrote and published his first book at 69, having retired from a diversified and lengthy career in real estate. He has served numerous roles in leadership positions in local civic functions and in his career in real estate. He is married for over 50 years, and has one child. Russell is also the author of "Remnant of Hell" and "JIMMY DOSS - OUTLAW."
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