Clay Allison: Legend of Cimarron

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Sunstone Press, Jan 20, 2000 - 288 pages
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After the Civil War, Clay Allison and his brother, John, leave their ravaged Tennessee home to start a new life in Cimarron, a little town in wild untamed New Mexico Territory. Not only must they deal with iron-fisted wealthy landowner Lucien Maxwell and the notorious Santa Fe Ring, but Clay Allison's life is threatened by revenge-seeking Chunk and Steve Colbert, two psychopathic outlaws. With Clay Allison's unorthodox methods of defending himself while trying to bring fairness to others, he acquires the reputation of a cold-hearted gunfighter who will kill anyone who rubs him the wrong way. This intriguing story is based on fact and includes all the people who lived at the time -- including beautiful Dora McCullough who, with her love, tries to save Clay Allison from going to hell.

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Page 12 - Mary set a plate of eggs and bacon in front of him and he quickly began filling his empty stomach. "I'm just worried about you leaving to join the Confederacy next week," his mother said, "and what will happen to you.
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JOHN A. TRUETT, a native of Artesia, New Mexico, now lives in Roswell, New Mexico. He served with the U. S. Air Force in Japan and the Philippines during World War II, received his BA degree from Woodbury University, Los Angeles, and worked in the motion picture industry as script supervisor and film editor. He is a member of Western Writers of America and National Outlaw and Lawman Association. CLAY ALLISON, Legend of Cimarron is the third in John Truetts series of western historical fiction. The first two, TO DIE IN DINETAH, The Dark Legacy Of Kit Carson and MONUMENT IN THE STORM, were also published by Sunstone Press.

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