You Know My Name
His career spanned the West itself, from the days of reckless cowboys and their long-barrel colts to an age of mobsters, tommy guns, and cars. Now, the last days of his towering story are told.
Bill Tilghman was the real thing, a lawman who wore his badge for one reason alone: to bring criminals to justice. Master novelist Matt Braun captures the final days of this extraordinary manhunter-- when he faces a heroic fight on the bloody, corrupt streets of Cromwell, Oklahoma. The saga of a man who would not back down and the woman who loved him to the end, You Know My Name tells the story of a land swiftly vanishing into a new era: the legendary American frontier.
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