True stories of real-life heroes and villains of the Old West, from Bucky O’Neill to Billy the Kid.
Get to know some of the most legendary lawmen and notorious troublemakers of the American West with these accounts of an era when sheriffs did their best to keep order in a lawless land.
Included are tales of range rider Tom Horn, who lived by the gun but died by the rope; the “Apache Kid,” a Native American who went from army scout to renegade fighter; and many more. You’re in for a wild ride—including a detour to the famous frontier, Dodge City—with these stories of heroes, antiheroes, and the people who tried to gun them down.
In Famous Sheriffs and Western Outlaws, William MacLeod Raine recalls standoffs, shootouts, rowdy saloons, brave men who protected the innocent, and bad guys who put the “wild” in Wild West.