Barry H. Young
Barry H Young is a true storyteller. The award-winning author of short stories, Red Wind, The Snake Trail and The Shadow of the Wolf, lives with his wife Bev and family in the beautiful Thurgoona valley in Rural New South Wales, Australia.
Since his youth Barry H Young has researched the early years of American western folklore. The taming of this wild and beautiful land, the stories of the Northern American Indian tribes, the Civil War and the code of the west captured his imagination.
Ever mindful of the famous western writers past and present, he humbly portrays his own interpretations of their country’s western history.
His novels are packed with absorbing action, terror, haunting mysticism, sizzling romance and heart breaking pathos.
His characters, true to the time and to the land, bring life and vitality to the magic of his words. His descriptions of the sweeping grandeur and astonishing lyrical beauty of the unconquered land are pure poetry.
His non-fiction work “The Funeral Celebrants Handbook” has achieved International acclaim.
Barry H Young is a true story teller who has forged a reputation as Australia’s most prominent author of American Western Frontier novels.
Barry H Young was awarded a 0AM - "Order of Australia" for his meritorious services to the community in the Australian Honoring Day of 2008.
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by Barry H. Young
Approx. 118,230 words.
Published on March 10, 2012 by
Horizon Publishing Group.
An extraordinary, vivid, haunting and stunning novel magnificently crafted taking you into a time of tragic American history that molded a nation out of exploration and discovery, wanton carnage, savagery, courage and bloodshed.
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