LADY LAW (The Nations Book 6)

LADY LAW (The Nations Book 6)
There was one female Deputy US Marshal in the Indian Territory. Her name was Fiona Mae Miller. The Fort Smith Elevator, in its November 6, 1891, issue described Mrs. Miller…as a dashing brunette of charming manners…an expert shot and a superb horsewoman, and brave to the verge of recklessness. S...
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There was one female Deputy US Marshal in the Indian Territory. Her name was Fiona Mae Miller. The Fort Smith Elevator, in its November 6, 1891, issue described Mrs. Miller…as a dashing brunette of charming manners…an expert shot and a superb horsewoman, and brave to the verge of recklessness.
Some even went so far as to call her a female Bass Reeves…others just called her…LADY LAW. She doesn’t backwater for any man.
Marshal Miller is on a mission to bring a Cherokee renegade, Cal Mankiller, to justice. She follows his trail of blood to the rugged and mysterious Wichita Mountains in Oklahoma Territory.
Will she finally see justice served? Will she welcome Mankiller to his first day in hell? Find out in LADY LAW.

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Series: The Nations, Book 6
Genre: Historical Fiction
Tag: Book Expo
Publisher: Timber Creek Press
Publication Year: 2016
ASIN: B01GDFGEZU
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Ken Farmer

Ken Farmer didn't write his first full novel until he was sixty-nine years of age. He often wonders what the hell took him so long. At age seventy-six…he's currently working on novel number twenty …COLDIRON. Ken spent thirty years raising cattle and quarter horses in east Texas and forty-five years as a professional actor, performing in 15 major motion pictures, over 50 TV shows and MOWs and he quit counting commercials at 350. All of that after a stint in the Marine Corps. Those years gave him a background for storytelling…or as he has been known to say, "I've always been a bit of a bull---t artist, so writing novels kind of came naturally once it occurred to me I could put my stories down on paper." Ken's writing style has been likened to a combination of Louis L'Amour and Terry C. Johnston with an occasional Hitchcockian twist…now that's a mouthful. He has won several national awards for his novels: The Nations - Laramie Award - Best Classic Western - 2014 and Haunted Falls - Laramie Award - Best Action Western - 2013. In addition to his love for writing fiction, he likes to teach acting, voice-over and writing workshops. Ken's favorite expression is: "Just tell the damn story." Writing has become Ken's second life: he has been a Marine, played collegiate football at Stephen F. Austin State University, been a Texas wildcatter, cattle and horse rancher, professional film and TV actor and now...a novelist. Who knew? Contact me at: www.kenfarmer-author.net or www.facebook.com/KenFarmerAuthor/

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