Noble Outlaw

Front Cover
St. Martin's Press, Sep 15, 1996 - Fiction - 320 pages
1 Review

Noble Outlaw

Matt Braun

John Wesley Hardin's powderkeg temper earned him twelve bodies by age twenty—and a place at the top of the Texas MOST WANTED list. Now a happy husband and a father, he thinks his fighting days are over and done. Until he's ambushed by an angry loser in a local poker game...

Soon the law is on Wes's trail again, but this time he's got too much at stake. Hardin only wants peace—but he's willing to wage a one-man war to stay free.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - NightHawk - LibraryThing

The content is very well written. A well told story. Read full review

Selected pages

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
32
Section 3
38
Section 4
43
Section 5
61
Section 6
67
Section 7
92
Section 8
125
Section 11
161
Section 12
185
Section 13
214
Section 14
245
Section 15
274
Section 16
293
Section 17
308
Section 18
315

Section 9
137
Section 10
155

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1996)

Matt Braun is a fourth-generation Westerner, steeped in the tradition and lore of the frontier era. His books reflect a heritage rich with the truths of that bygone time. Raised among the Cherokee and Osage tribes, Braun learned their traditions and culture, and their philosophy became the foundation of his own beliefs. Like his ancestors, he has spent most of his life wandering the mountains and plains of the West. His heritage and his contribution to Western literature resulted in his appointment by the Governor of Oklahoma as a Territorial Marshal.

Braun is the author of more than forty novels and four nonfiction works, including Black Fox, which was made into a CBS miniseries, and One Last Town, which was made into a TNT movie called You Know My Name. Western Writers of America awarded Braun the prestigious Golden Spur Award for The Kincaids. He is also the recipient of the Cowboy Spirit Award and was inducted into the Cowboy Hall of Fame in 1999.

Bibliographic information