Haunted Falls

Haunted Falls Buck Stienke and Ken Farmer started the story of U S Marshal Bass Reeves in their first book entitled The Nations The story continues in Haunted Falls the story of Bass Reeves as he joins other U S
  • Title: Haunted Falls
  • Author: Ken Farmer Buck Steinke
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  • Page: 179
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  • Haunted Falls
    Buck Stienke and Ken Farmer started the story of U.S Marshal Bass Reeves in their first book, entitled The Nations The story continues in Haunted Falls , the story of Bass Reeves as he joins other U.S Marshals in pursuit of the infamous Dalton gang It is full of adventure, romance, some history, excitement and a unique paranormal twist You will not want to miss thiBuck Stienke and Ken Farmer started the story of U.S Marshal Bass Reeves in their first book, entitled The Nations The story continues in Haunted Falls , the story of Bass Reeves as he joins other U.S Marshals in pursuit of the infamous Dalton gang It is full of adventure, romance, some history, excitement and a unique paranormal twist You will not want to miss this sequel.
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  • Ken Farmer Buck Steinke

    Ken Farmer didn t write his first full novel until he was sixty nine years of age He often wonders what the hell took him so long At age seventy five he s currently working on novel number sixteen Ken spent thirty years raising Beefmaster cattle and Quarter horses in Texas and forty five years as a professional actor after a stint in the Marine Corps Those years gave him a background for storytelling or as he has been known to say, I ve always been a bit of a bull t artist, so writing novels kind of came naturally once it occurred to me I could put my stories down on paper Ken s writing style has been likened to a combination of Louis L Amour and Terry C Johnston with an occasional Hitchcockian twist now that s a mouthful In addition to his love for writing fiction, he likes to teach acting, voice over and writing workshops His favorite expression is Just tell the damn story.

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  • Shots ringing out from the brush signal the beginning of Haunted Falls, the second book in the Ken Farmer and Buck Stienke series of western novels The stories follow US Deputy Marshall Bass Reeves and his cohorts as they fight to keep peace in the Indian Territory of the late 19th century Bass Reeves and Jed Neal join another legendary lawman, US Deputy Marshal Selden Lindsey as they hunt the last survivor of the infamous Dalton gang, Bill Dalton They re also trying to find out what happened to [...]



  • I didn t think it would be possible to top The Nations , a tale of Bass Reeves, the first black US Marshall west of the Mississippi, and the man responsible for serving warrants for Judge Parker, the Federal Judge in Fort Smith, AR The tale kept me reading, almost against my will, to the exciting conclusion Bass Reeves, is believed by many to be the inspiration for the Lone Ranger.So, there I was, firm in my belief that Ken Farmer and Buck Steinke had created a masterpiece of Western Literature [...]


  • Farmer and Steinke have a proven track record of successful military fiction But for me, their historical western fiction is what sets them above the rest Last year, when I finished the last page of THE NATIONS, it was hard to imagine a sequel that would be better than the original But Ken and Buck have created a second in the series that is better than the first, but still stands alone as a great read This writing team brings historical western characters to life with an incredible narrative th [...]


  • Its one thing to read about places you ve never been, but its entirely different to read about places you know Arbuckle Mts, Turner Falls, Ard all in Oklahoma, and Gainesville, Texas are sites I know Throw in the Paranormal and there you have the backdrop for Haunted Falls Using Historical Fact with Created Characters Ken and Buck weave a story that traces another tale of the real Bass Reeves If you like a Western Tale with Ghost, Native American Religion, and true facts then this book is for yo [...]


  • Its a great read A follow up to The Nations I liked this one especially for the storyline of the Enchanted Falla the Wolf.As always, they do a great storyline, does not drag, keeps you rivited until you reach the end.Can t wait to see what they come up with next.You have to read the Nations first and then this one, it s the best Historical Fiction I ve read in a long, long time.



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