Little Man, and the Dixon County War
by Stan R. Mitchell
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Did you love "Lonesome Dove," "Appaloosa," or the movie "Django Unchained?"
If so, then you've found the book for you. "Little Man, and the Dixon County War" begins with action and ends with action, barely letting up from its fast start to its incredible, heart-stopping end. From literally the first sentence, you'll see why it's climbed as high as No. 16 on the Amazon UK Paid List.
Book Description: Young Deputy Marshal Paul Zachary shouldn't have accepted that badge. And he certainly shouldn't have shot down a ruthless gunfighter in front of a crowd of onlookers at Belleville's busiest saloon.
Now that the smell of gunpowder has faded and the blood has been scrubbed off the floor, Zachary is something he never wanted to be: a damned hero. He's been written up in the papers and has more trouble on his hands than any 27-year-old man should ever have.
But, Paul Zachary's no pushover. He learned to fight, and fight hard, from being the youngest in a tough line of men who've never missed a war. And, Zachary just survived three long, hard years in a ragtag, Rebel cavalry troop, charged with raiding Northern towns.
Unfortunately for Zachary, his fame proves a threat to a cruel cattle baron named McConnell, who's growing his empire by leaps and bounds. McConnell has bribed or buried every man who's ever stood up to him and he soon sets his sights on Paul Zachary, now known throughout the West as "Little Man."
McConnell can't have some young lawman giving people hope, so he puts in motion a particularly cruel and devious plan. He's killed Zachary's best friend and abducted the man's wife. McConnell has forced Zachary to come after him in a godforsaken stretch of country known by the locals as Devil's County (listed as Dixon County on the maps).
This is McConnell's world, and he owns most of the land and all of the law. Now, the young lawman -- Paul "Little Man" Zachary -- will attempt what even the Army couldn't pull off: cleaning out the lair of the nearly one ...
Length: 204 Pages (2,182 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Jul 10th, 2020