The Earp Clan (Nonfiction) Nicholas B. Cataldo (Back Roads Press, $19.95), Softcover.

Nicholas B. Cataldo
Nicholas B. Cataldo

Although awkward in composition and editing, this addition to Earp literature contains a great deal of information not normally found in the more action-oriented biographies. The Earp family and its well-known male siblings all spent more of their lives in California than anywhere else, and this book is filled with documented incidents to reveal those tamer times. Each of the Earp brothers is examined here with accounts that take the reader to their deaths. Extensive research and a generous number of pertinent photographs augment the tales of later gambling and mining ventures of Wyatt and friends. Nicholas Cataldo has presented a worthy volume for Earp fans

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