Richards' Way Book One

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Tom Richards was born on a farm in Alabama just before the Civil War. He knew from a young age he didn't want to spend his life farming. As he grew he made friends with the Sheriff in their hometown. When his father went off to war he made his final decision that farming wasn't for him. At eighteen he became a deputy to the Sheriff. He quickly found he was good at his job, and enjoyed it.
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Words: 72,980
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301603688
Tags: western
About Rick Wilson

Writing has been a passion of mine for many years. I enjoy learning and sharing what I have learned through writing non-fiction. My imagination is also very active, and I enjoy writing fiction while just letting my imagination run with a story. I have always found it easier to express my thoughts on paper better than through spoken words.

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Review by: Brenda Smith on July 04, 2015 :
Easy to read Western during the Civil war era. Starts out with a young family farm. The boy born there is a young teenager as his father leaves for 2 years. He matures into running the farm by himself.

He also makes a profit by hunting and trapping. His friend the sheriff begins to mentor him when he turned 18. All are against his chosen profession.

He actually is quite good and enjoys catching his first bank robber. I would have liked to seen the story continue. Well wrote and enjoyable.
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