Wild Bill Hickok; The True Story Of His Last Six Weeks

Rated 2.00/5 based on 1 reviews
This is the never before told story of one of the West’s most colorful gunfighting legends. This book, which is based on the actual journal written in 1876 by Nathan Bernard, is a work of love and respect depicting the man as only one very More

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Dan Goldstein served in the United States Air Force during the Korean War as a Specialist in the Air Rescue Service and currently resides in Naples, Florida with his wife, Rochelle.
In addition to writing numerous children’s stories, Dan has written six adventure novels, including; ‘Boston/Moscow Connection’ and its sequel, ‘Destination: Croatia’, which will soon be available in both ebook and printed editions.
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Scott Skipper reviewed on on July 24, 2012

I'm sorry to say that I had to put this one down. This book is ostensibly based on a journal kept by a young fan of Wild Bill when he traveled to Deadwood to meet his idle. The journal is claimed to be written in old west dialect. I'll take that on faith, but I've never heard anyone talk the way this dialect reads. That's what put me off. The jargon is too heavy and the pace dies with the Hickok fan's girl friend (and she came on to him a little too boldly for credibility) trying to improve his manner of speaking. I wish Mr. Goldstein would redo this book and tweak the dialog. I'd love to give it a second chance.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
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