Ride with horse thieves and cattle rustlers, stagecoach and train robbers. Duck the bullets of murderers, plot strategies with con artists, and hiss at lawmen turned outlaws. From Con Murphys daring midnight escape from the Lewis and Clark County Jail to the descent into lawlessness of former Havre lawman Charles D. Howell, author Gary A. Wilson offers refreshing new perspectives on some of the most infamous reprobates of the Old West.
All this and more is yours for the reading in Outlaw Tales of Montana, which introduces the most dramatic events of the most daring and despicable desperados in the history of the Treasure State.
A refreshing new perspective on some of the most infamous reprobates of the West and Midwest.
Gary A. Wilson's previous books include Honky Tonk Town: Havre's Bootlegging Days and Tall in the Saddle: the "Long" George Francis Story. Biographer, historian and publisher, Wilson has been researching the history of northern Montana since 1978. He is a founding board member of the Fort Assinniboine Preservation Association and is active in several local and regional tourist and historical organizations.
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