Davy Crockett’s legend reimagined #NEWBOOK
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Davy Crockett’s legend reimagined
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Is it possible Davy Crockett didn't die at the Alamo?
Blue Hand Books has just released a new historical fiction “CROCKETT’s GOLD” by one of their most popular authors, John Christian Hopkins (Narragansett) who looks at the legend.
“This is the author’s seventh book, published on his September wedding anniversary! Hopkins has brilliantly reimagined the Davy Crockett legend and how the story ends,” according to publisher Trace Hentz. “If you love westerns, this story is driven with plenty of colorful characters,” Hentz said.
Hopkins writes that Centennial Brown left his Tennessee home to seek his fortune in the western lands, but when an old family friend needs help Brown can’t refuse. But J.W. Crockett’s request isn’t a simple one: He wants Brown to carry a $20,000 ransom across the wild Texas frontier past outlaws, Indians and ruthless banditos and bring home his father – the famous frontiersman, Davy Crockett, who has been held captive since surviving the Alamo years earlier.
"John Christian Hopkins has a gift for taking historical facts and presenting them in a fictional setting that makes the characters come alive. In his earlier book Two Guns he continues the tradition...he writes with blazing accuracy about a place that had a lively past, to say the least. Hopkins reminds us of that with his own unique storytelling style." - Bruce MacDonald, journalist
Hopkins is an award-winning journalist. He currently lives on the Navajo Reservation with his wife, Sararesa. Crockett’s Gold is available on Amazon.com as an ebook and paperback. ISBN: 9798689149691 (Blue Hand Books) Paperback $9.99 Kindle ebook $3.99
Free preview: https://crockettsgold.pressbooks.com/
Blue Hand Books, also known as BLUE INDIANS Collective, is a small Native American-owned publishing company based in western New England. Website: www.bluehandcollective.com or www.blueindiansbooks.com
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Book categories: Historical Fiction | Fiction: Westerns
Tags: Davy Crockett, Alamo, Wild West, Frontiersman, Banditos, Indians, Western Books, Literary Fiction
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