"I stood there, listening spellbound to the young Lady. She had run from the Diner here to that freight wagon parked by the Mexican owned saddle shop across the road. She soon returned, carrying a rifle... " Women of the Old West were often in situations beyond their control, many were unprepared for what lay ahead after leaving the Northeast, that is until they found themselves faced with life or death, many choose life, Bekke did. Look for more Bekke's Law, coming 2016
- Paperback | 88 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 5.08mm | 149.68g
- 24 Jul 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About J W Edwards
J.W. Edwards writes from his small horse ranch in the lonely Sonoran desert in Arizona. His roots are firmly established in the Old West; with ancestors like Idaho's last working Mountain man, LaFelle "Trap" Edwards.