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In the late 1800’s the small city of El Paso Texas had a population of 23 whites and 150 Hispanics. When the railroads arrived, the town boomed with many Anglo-Americans, immigrants, old Hispanic settlers and recent arrivals from Mexico. The city became known as the Six Shooter Capital with uncontrolled prostitution and gambling. This all happened with the arrival of a stranger from back east, William Fletcher. Fletcher started purchasing as many businesses as he could get his hands on. He soon became mayor and ran El Paso the way he wanted with his hired gunmen. When cattle started missing from neighboring ranches the El Paso County War had begun. The violence of the town became more than the citizens could take, something had to be done. The good people of El Paso called on an old gun fighter and his partner to clean up the town. The Bounty Hunter and the Preacher faced their hardest challenge Outnumbered and out gunned they must settle the El Paso County War.
BOOK FIVE IN THE WESTER SERIES
BOOKS BY GRADY BRYANT
In the region known as the New Mexico territory there were several small towns located in that rough and desolated land. One of those towns disappeared and the inhabitants were never found. A lost transcript was recently found in a small church outside of Santa Fe. It tells of a bounty hunter named Chico and his sidekick, Preacher, who could have been involved in the legend of Devil’s Canyon and the disappearing of the town named Lewsor.
EL PASO COUNTY WAR
Chico Hadley, notorious gunfighter-turned-bounty hunter, was content with his uncomplicated life as a rancher. With his long-time friend and partner, Preacher, they had turned a small ranch into a tiny, self-contained community of sorts.
Then, as usual, all hell broke loose. Two renegade Apache, Black Eye and Running Bird, decided it was their destiny to rid the Arizona Territory of all white men who dared to cross their lands.
The Army had sent two groups of soldiers to hunt down the bloodthirsty Indians, but not a single man returned. Desperate for the senseless bloodshed to end, the government called upon the only two men they knew could track down and rid the Arizona Territory of the savages; Chico and Preacher.
After one year of college Grady found he could not control his restlessness and moved on to more exciting projects. He joined the army and after completing his aptitude testing for the military he was trained for assignments that suited his call for high adventure. When discharged he turned to driving race cars and was immediately picked up by Chevrolet to help develop several concepts of the muscle car area. After a successful ten years of driving, promotion, and handling motor sports teams Grady quit and returned to college and earned a law degree. He practiced criminal law until sickened by the legitimacy of the system and returned to what he knew best, driving race cars. Grady was immediately hired to drive for corporations such as Chrysler, Levis, Matco Tools, and his last ride was with Adolph Coors, Corp. Being a syndicated writer for several motor sports publications led him to write his first book about the early days of drag racing, "Match Race Madness." It relates to the early days of racing and is considered to have a cult following and is frequently quoted in motor sports editorials. Unbeknownst to himself he was continuously preparing himself to be an action adventure writer, encompassing his travels and adventures into fiction, which is manifested in all his books.
First in the series is the intro to Preacher and the Bounty Hunter. Read how this pair teamed up to be the most feared outlaw chasers in the west after tracking a famous outlaw across Texas and Mexico to find out where a secret treasure is buried.
Grady has penned several novels before signing with Outlaws Publishing to write westerns. Grady feels very excited to bring the reader into the real west where you can feel the gun in your hand and feel the horse beneath you as you chase outlaws across the deserts of Texas and New Mexico. The Preacher and the Bounty Hunter series are the talk of the western reading world as the bounty hunter shoots ‘em and the preacher prays for ‘em. Together they are unstoppable.
Book Four in the western series of Preacher and the Bounty Hunter
SHOOT OUT AT EL RIO
THE LEGEND OF BOOGER RED
The cult western starring Ron Capps, Tommy Johnson Jr. Tate Brench, Shelly Howard and Grady Bryant.
BOOK TWO IN THE PREACHER AND THE BOUNTY SERIES
Western stories at their best. Grab a saddle horn, jump on and enjoy the adventure of a bounty hunter and his side kick, Preacher, who used to be a real preacher until he ran into Chico, a half breed, who loves to fight and bring in bad guys for rewards.
BOOK THREE IN THE SERIES
THE MANY FACES OF GRADY BRYANT
ACTOR, BUSINESS MAN, WRITER, PRODUCER,
RACE CAR DRIVER AND RIDER OF HARLEY MOTORCYCLES
Two of the most evil men in the West,William and Thomas Penny are holed up in a small village just across the border.The men have taken over and killed most of the Mexican farmers who live there. William and his brother Thomas rob banks and trains and then ride across the border to the village named El Rio. They are protected by renegade Mexico Army soldiers who want to start a revolution. The Penny brothers have been sharing the loot with the Army for protection from the Texas Rangers and anyone who tries to bring the Penny brothers back to the states. Someone has to stop them and the only ones are Preacher and the Bounty Hunter. This brings four of the fastest guns in the West to a show down in the dirty street of El Rio.
WELCOME TO THE WESTERN WORLD OF GRADY BRYANT