A Bullet for Billy the Kid
A Western TrioLarge Print - 2014
"The Fourth Horseman" is the story of Frank Rachel, who ventures down the Mogollon Rim into Peaceful Basin. A fugitive from range wars, Frank wants a place where he can start a ranch and live a life without guns. But Libby Fewkes and Garth Graden change all that. "Santa Fe Passage" inspired a motion picture after its appearance in Esquire Magazine. Kirby Randolph is a mountain man who comes to St. Louis in search of a wife. After an encounter with the wild-but-beautiful Aurelie St. Vrain, the mixed-blood daughter of the trader Marcelin St. Vrain, Kirby thinks he might have found his future wife. When St. Vrain sends his daughter to Santa Fe to live with his brother's family because of her shenanigans, Kirby decides to hire on as a scout for the wagon train heading to Santa Fe in hopes of getting to know her. He's never scouted for a wagon train before, but how hard could it be? "A Bullet for Billy the Kid" focuses on the life of Bill Bonney from his birth in a New York slum to his outlaw career in Arizona and New Mexico Territories.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me : Center Point Large Print, 2014.
Edition: Center Point Large Print edition.
Characteristics: 349 pages (large print) ; 23 cm