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As Captain L. J. Bohanin heads for California to enjoy his retirement from the 10TH Cavalry he becomes immersed in a mystery involving a beautiful and complex school teacher in Springfield, Colorado. Bohanin, a romantic at heart, decides to champion the woman's cause only to find that the deeper he becomes involved, the more complex and dangerous are his circumstances. The old saying goes, "there's no fool like an old fool," and Bohanin soon realizes how much he fits the profile. In addition to romance, Bohanin's Last Days contains a large quota of bad guys, blazing guns, and Old West adventure. If you like a good read, Bohanin's Last Days is the ticket.
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Bohanin's Last Days is an exciting novel of the old west. Randy Smith is an authentic and compelling writer of stories and columns on old guns and outdoorsmanshipFrom the Author:
Randy Smith has published over 200 articles on hunting, conservation, Old West history and reenactment, outdoor activities, and educational issues. He is a columnist for Old West magazine. His column is titled "Gunsmith." The magazine deals with Old West History. The column deals with historical firearms of the 19th century. He is a field editor for Blackpowder Hunting and was a contributing editor for Firearms Quarterly. He is the associate producer for the award-winning television show High Plains Outdoors. Smith has two books currently in publication: The Black Powder Plainsman, A Beginners Guide to Muzzleloading and Reenactment and Teaching Applied Communication, A Supplemental Curriculum Guide and Instructional Plan.
Raised on a wheat farm and cattle ranch in the shadow of the Santa Fe Trail in Stafford County, Kansas, Smith also farmed and ranched. About his writing he says, "I got into writing ten years ago after reading a piece of dreadful western fiction by a well-known author that was so full of historical and practical inaccuracies that I felt it hurt the genre. After years of literally living in the saddle, I thought I could provide much more accuracy and realism. I started writing Old West history and expanded into black powder hunting and reenactment because of my interest in historical weapons, events, and locations. I am concerned with historical accuracy and character motivation in an attempt to reflect the realism of the times as well as the romance. I've been a teacher much of my life and even though I am no longer in the classroom, I write to share what I have learned and experienced. I love the spirit, individuality, and unique morality of the frontier and want to continue to share it through my writing. I hope the reader enjoys my story."
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Book Description Boson Books, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1886420564