HOW HORSES ARE TRAINED
This fully illustrated non-fiction book is intended for anyone interested in how to train (or better train) horses-- any horse for any normal activity in which horses are used, whether working, riding, driving, or showing.
The book is great for beginners, enthusiasts or seasoned professionals.
The approach is through establishing a healthy relationship between horses and humans, built upon trust and mutual respect.
The book is based on traditional principles first recorded in the writings of Xenophon, expanded through the riding schools of Europe, brought to America by the first horsemen on the continent, and learned by the author through a lifetime of study and application.
RIDING FOR THE BRAND
Bullet wounds leave puckered scars, if you live long enough for them to heal
At the end of the 19th Century, life is hard on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains.
For John Everett Sage, it’s hard to stay alive. He’s a husband, a father, and a celebrated lawman committed to do justice, to love mercy and walk humbly with his God.
The scars of his past and the politics of the present have weakened his resolve and self-confidence. After a brief encounter with Bat Masterson, John rides off to investigate what became of the parents of the children he and his wife Lora have taken into their home.
Before he resumes his role as Sheriff of Alta Vista County, he’ll round up stolen livestock, confront thieves and murderers, and with the help of a famous old frontiersman, bring justice to another corner of his world.
Even though the newspapers will probably get it wrong, as Colorado prepares to enter the 20th Century, John Everett Sage will become part of the legend of the west.
SAGE COUNTRY 3 BOOK BOXED SET
This three book boxed set offers the e-book versions of the first three books in the Sage Country series at a special price.
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Within days of returning from California to the town of Bear Creek, Colorado, Sheriff John Everett Sage finds himself a married man with two children. In the company of both a professional bounty hunter and a preacher, Sage sets off on the trail of escaped prisoners. Together they walk into a room filled with men who would rather fight and die than be arrested. At home an old enemy is stalking his new family.
As John endeavors to bring the rule of law to the Front Range, friendships and commitments are tested. Old wounds will heal as new wounds are opened. He will succeed and he will fail. Even though the newspapers will probably get it wrong, as Colorado prepares to enter the twentieth century, John Everett Sage will become part of the legend of the west.
~~When private detective John Wesley Tucker meets Hafsah Bashir, his world and his mission are turned inside out. Hafsah is searching for a missing family member and the fate of millions is hanging in the balance. John’s partner,Christine, faces changes that will alter her life forever. John and Christine must stop a group of domestic jihadists, capture a murderer, and together with Hafsah, track a predator possessed of savage cunning and incredible talent.
Whether enjoying a romantic picnic or searching for a killer in a seemingly empty machine shop in the dead of night, for Tucker it’s just another day in paradise, because John Wesley Tucker is neither an ordinary detective nor an ordinary man. Certainly there is more about him than meets the eye, but is he even human?
A detective mystery, a love story, and an exploration of current conflicting ideas and beliefs, filled with intrigue, action, betrayal and a distinctly spiritual twist. The Ticking Clock is contemporary, suspenseful, relevant and at times, violent. It may remind the reader of Robert B. Parker’s “Spencer” series, although the setting is in East Texas, offering a unique cultural point of view not often depicted.
~~When private detective John Wesley Tucker is hired to locate and protect a young man forced into hiding after risking his life to defend a helpless woman, he finds himself once again stalked by evil.
Whether trying to avoid a firefight in the belly of a Cyprus bayou, investigating the murder of an illegal immigrant, or contending with a federal agent, John confronts the evil that dwells in the shadows of our lives. Certainly there is more about him than meets the eye, but is he even human?
~~When former Texas Ranger, John Everett Sage, steps off a train to stretch his legs he puts his foot into something that will change his life forever. Beginning as a witness to a cold blooded murder, John soon lands a job as a deputy town marshal. He encounters his long lost family-the travelers known as Romani. When the marshal is murdered, John is appointed as the new marshal of the town of Bear Creek, Colorado. John needs deputies, so he invites men he can trust, men he knew when he was a Ranger, including the half Comanche, half Cherokee tracker, Yellow Horse.
ANGELS & IMPERFECTIONS
Chosen as a 2015 finalist in the Reader's Favorites book awards contest.
~~When private detective John Wesley Tucker is hired to do a routine background check for an aspiring politician, he finds himself stalked by evil. East Texas is not the center of the known universe, and Tyler isn’t a major metropolis, but people are people wherever you find them. In his service to others Tucker is the target of a professional assassin. He follows the strange clues of a deranged man while seeking to find kidnapped children, and bring home a teenage girl lost to the mean streets of Dallas. He and those around him are drawn into a trap from which few will walk away.
John Wesley Tucker is neither an ordinary detective nor an ordinary man. There is more about Tucker than meets the eye, but is he even human?
A detective mystery, a thriller, and an exploration of current conflicting ideas and beliefs, with action, intrigue and a distinctly spiritual twist, ANGELS & IMPERFECTIONS is contemporary, suspenseful, relevant and at times, violent, offering a unique cultural point of view rarely depicted..