The Long-Knives 5: Blood of Apache Mesa

West Point did nothing to prepare Wildon Boothe for the man-killing wasteland of Apache Mesa. Life on the range wasn’t exactly going to be easy on his wife, either. They’d sworn to stay hitched until death did them part. With a marauding gang of renegade bandidos on the loose, it could be that they’d be split up sooner than either of them expected! More

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About Patrick E. Andrews

Patrick E. Andrews was born in Oklahoma in 1936 into a family of pioneers who participated in its growth from the Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory to statehood. His father's family were homesteaders and his mother's cattle ranchers. Consequently, he is among the last generation of American writers who had contacts with those people from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Patrick's wife Julie says he both speaks and writes with an Oklahoma accent.

He is an ex-paratrooper, having served in the 82nd Airborne Division in the active army and the 12th Special Forces Group in the army reserves. Patrick began his writing career after leaving the army. He and his better half presently reside in southern California. He has a son Bill, who is an ex-paratrooper and a probation officer, and two grandchildren.

About the Series: The Long-Knives
Risking their lives to make the frontier a safer place for settlers, the cavalry became heroic figures to many, and the promise of action and excitement generated by the sight of army blue still continues today. Patrick E. Andrews captures the hardships of life on the frontier for ... The Long-Knives.

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