Captain Neal was the calmest Ranger of ’em all. Outlaws never doubted that he’d kill if necessary—he just never let it get necessary.
Bill Markley’s dual biography on Jesse James and Billy the Kid, a new Texas frontier history, two Western novels and a new history of the American Indian.
Before Wichita, Dodge City and Tombstone, the Earp Brothers were more notorious than heroic.
Did Sam Bass ever work as a deputy U.S. marshal before becoming an outlaw?