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Adobe Walls The Civil War Is Finally Over, But When Major Hank Dawson Returns Home To Mississippi, He Finds All His Loved Ones Dead Hank Wanders West, Until He Stumbles On The Town Of Adobe Walls Soon The Town Comes Under Attack By Nearly 400 Cheyenne Outnumbered And Desperately Low On Ammunition, The Town S Only Chance For Survival Rests On Hank S Impossible Long Distance Shot To Kill The Cheyenne Chief.

Robert Vaughan is an American writer He has also written a series of contemporary and historical romance novels under several pseudonyms including Paula Moore and Paula Fairman His father served in the military and Robert followed him in the 1950s, entering army aviation He served until the Vietnam War and won numerous medals including the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Purple Heart, the Robert Vaughan is an American writer He has also written a series of contemporary and historical romance novels under several pseudonyms including Paula Moore and Paula Fairman His father served in the military and Robert followed him in the 1950s, entering army aviation He served until the Vietnam War and won numerous medals including the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Purple Heart, the Bronze Star, the Air Medal with several oak leaf clusters, the Meritorious Service Medal, and several other medals His early books reflected his military background the first novel was about the US Army along the DMZ in Korea, followed by a trilogy set in Vietnam There arethan 9 million of his books in print under various names He was inducted into the Writers Hall of Fame in 1998

10 thoughts on “Adobe Walls

  1. says:

    Very good western as former Confederate Major travels west to Dodge City where he becomes friends with Bat Masterson and Wild Bill Hickock His adventures are the basis for this tale Recommended for fans of westerns.

  2. says:

    Legend never dieThis was a very good story I truly enjoyed it It was a very interesting weaving of real events with fictional ones I did have a bit of a problem with the way some historical events were done in that they had been told in a bit of differing way I remember the Battle of the Washita as happening different as told in this book, but literary license can be taken sometimes A reader of history would perhaps find this to be a problem, but I didn t because it didn t have people live, Legend never dieThis was a very good story I truly enjoyed it It was a very interesting weaving of real events with fictional ones I did have a bit of a problem with the way some historical events were done in that they had been told in a bit of differing way I remember the Battle of the Washita as happening different as told in this...

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