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I enjoy a good western novel, or ‘Cowboy Book.’ I stumbled on to a new western hero, Shorty Thompson, written by Paul Thompson. I prefer a print and paper book, but presently I am enjoying the 99 cent e-books from Amazon.
I have bought and read 22 of these suckers. I have been averaging about 1 every 2 days. His books take some unique turns, they are just plain entertaining, to a boy who wanted to be a cowboy. I guess it is too late at 80, but I can still dream . LOL The books are mostly set in Arizona but wander into the adjoining states. He uses the names of the towns and cities in the late 1800s. I smile when I read of a town we have spent time in.
Several of his heroes are young girls and women. I enjoyed one especially where the bad guys killed the woman’s husband and one of her children. He wove a good story of her learning skills so she avenge the deaths of her family members. She does that, then returns to her remaining children to successfully run a ranch. I love it when the good guy wins, even if she is a woman!
The moral of that story was: don’t ever make a mama real mad!