G.S. Luckett

To the Gallows (Preview)

To the Gallows (Preview) by G.S. Luckett
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fiction Fiction, History
For readers of:Steve McHugh, Peter V. Brett, Tim Marquitz
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Print Length180
ISBN978-1508708438
PublisherManic Pen
Publication DateMarch 2015
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

Cole Winters is one of the first African-American lawman of the Old West. In the 19th Century, the Indian Territory was a place where there was a thin line between lawmen and outlaws. After being raised by Native Americans, Cole Winters was hired by the U.S. Marshals Service to track down and bring back outlaws from the Territories. Dead or alive. When his gun fighter brother, Joseph Two Guns, becomes wanted for a crime he did not commit, Cole does the only thing he can to get his brother justice… He hunts him down.

To the Gallows is a classic Western with fast-paced gunfights and martial arts action of the time. It is the beginning chronicle of a man the Native Americans called The Buffalo Ghost and the legend that followed.

About the Author

G.S. Luckett grew up in the Midwest. Most of his youth spent exploring the woods around his home or playing action figures. He had a love for action movies and comics, along with fantasy and sci-fi fiction.

While in the U.S. Army G.S. Luckett was a tank crewmember and small arms weapons technician. He was stationed overseas in South Korea and ended up in the Pacific Northwest after his tour. His love for writing stories grew, as did a thirst for history and appreciation for combat arts.

Now, he lives outside Portland, Oregon, with his wife and two sons. He spends his days as a mild-mannered father and husband but at night, the writer comes out.

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