Keith Chapman was an editor and contributor to various fiction publications in the 1960s before shifting to New Zealand and spending nearly 35 years in newspaper and magazine journalism. He returned to fiction writing in earnest in 1992, using the pen-name Chap O'Keefe, writing westerns, and also edited the Black Horse Extra online magazine. Recently, he has concentrated on bringing out his quite considerable back-list in ebook format, rather than producing new fiction.
Chap O'Keefe, his wife, three adult children and five grandchildren live in Auckland, New Zealand. The family home is high on a North Shore hillside overlooking Hellyer's Creek and the sparkling Waitemata Harbor.
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Peace at Any Price
by Chap O'Keefe
Jim Hunter's and Matt Harrison's Double H ranch thrived ... till their crew marched away to war's glory, and rustlers burned them out and murdered their last hand, harmless oldster Walt Burridge. When the war ended, the two H's started over. But for Jim, the Civil War had wrought changes beyond endurance. So he rode out and into the arms of wartime love, the gun-running adventuress Lena-Marie.
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