Lawmen of the Old West: The Bad Guys

^ Read ^ Lawmen of the Old West: The Bad Guys by Del Cain ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Lawmen of the Old West: The Bad Guys These are their stories.. Some of the law officers who served the West during the last half of the nineteenth century drifted from one side of the law to the other and sold their talents to whichever side offered the most advantage. Others had equally successful careers on the other side of the law. The lawmen in this book were serious offenders against the laws they had at one time sworn to uphold. More than one kicked out their lives at the end of ropes strung up by citizens who were outraged

Lawmen of the Old West: The Bad Guys

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Rating : 4.79 (845 Votes)
Asin : 1556228341
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 226 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-12-09
Language : English

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These are their stories.Del Cain is the author of the immensely popular Lawmen of the Old West: The Good Guys. From the Back Cover Some of the law officers who served the West during the last half of the nineteenth century drifted from one side of the law to the other and sold their talents to whichever side offered the most advantage. . Others had equally successful careers on the other side of the law. He lives in Saginaw, Texas, with his wife and two children. Their skills were honed in range wars and family feuds and polished along the cattle trails, in the saloons and banks, and on the trains of t

S. Wade said Purely anecdotal and not well researched. "Lawmen of the Old West: The Bad Guys" should definitely not be considered a historical work- it might fit better into the historical fiction category. It's written in a rambling, informal style that makes for difficult reading, especially when the author is describing gunfights; you'll have to . Linda E. Howell said Five Stars. ok

. Del Cain is the author of the immensely popular Lawmen of the Old West: The Good Guys. He lives in Saginaw, Texas, with his wife and two children

These are their stories.. Some of the law officers who served the West during the last half of the nineteenth century drifted from one side of the law to the other and sold their talents to whichever side offered the most advantage. Others had equally successful careers on the other side of the law. The lawmen in this book were serious offenders against the laws they had at one time sworn to uphold. More than one kicked out their lives at the end of ropes strung up by citizens who were outraged by their abuse of the trust that went along with the badge they wore. Their skills were honed in range wars and family feuds and polished along the cattle trails, in the saloons and banks, and on the trains of the West. Others used their positions as cover for their criminal activities. Some of them did good work enforcing the law when that was their job

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