A Matter of Honor

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Jeb Taylor Series Book #1, Jebediah Taylor, seeking escape from the ghosts of the Civil War, rides into a western valley to find the hope for his future that he's been hunting, for ten years. He finds land that soothes a tortured soul... along with a woman and her son, who fill his heart. But first, as A Matter of Honor, he must survive one last, desperate, war... to keep Hope Alive More
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About BK Gore

He was born back east and fit there like the proverbial square peg in a round hole. Lucky for him his family moved to Arizona when he was but 13. Within months of hitting that desert sand he was horseback under a wide brim black hat, wearing tall boots with jinglin' spurs, wranglin' for a local rancher. He grew up chasin'
wild cows through the Arizona chaparral.

That square peg had found the home he'd been born to fit.

While the best part of his life has been spent cowboying from Arizona to Montana, parts of the last many years have been spent as a soldier, carpet cleaner, hard rock miner, carpenter, night watchman, truck driver, hardware clerk, holster maker, wood cutter, and horse rustler.

It's from that wide variety of experience that he's able to draw the raw materials to bring his characters to life. They form the foundation for his stories of honor, sacrifice and "damn the consequences I'm riding this trail my own way" tough hided western stubbornness.


A Matter of Honor - A Video Look at the Author
Behind every story lay the experiences, perceptions and memories of the writer... Here's a small taste of the motivation of the fella behind the keyboard. This is where Jebediah Taylor and all my characters come from...

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Review by: claus olsen on Oct. 23, 2013 :
Great story!
(review of free book)

Review by: Robert Foley on Oct. 19, 2010 :
Very good read, very entertaining Brian gets you into the story and keeps you there until the end.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Ken Stewart on Oct. 06, 2010 :
A splendid read!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Warren Crellin on Sep. 28, 2010 :
I've enjoyed Brian's website for a few years now and have read the short stories he has published there. Brian has a great story telling way that really puts you in the action. I can't believe he hasn't done this before now, and hopefully has more to follow.

I agree with the comparison to the Louis L'Amour and Zane Grey style. I'm ready for another one.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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