2013 Will Rogers Medallion AwardIn the last years of the tough and woolly land called Indian Territory, and the first of the new state of Oklahoma, the outlaw Henry Starr rides roughshod through the midst of it.
"A well-conceived yarn about one of the last of Oklahoma’s horseback-riding outlaws. A good read." -- Dusty Richards, Spur and Wrangler Award winning author
"A slice of Indian Territory history woven it into an interesting period novel. Anyone who loves the history of the West will enjoy Red Lands Outlaw.” -- Tammy Hinton, winner of the Will Rogers Medallion Award
GAME - set in rural Oklahoma during the 1970's where the story centers on the intensity and weightiness of small-town high school football, and spins a tale of the human spirit struggling through adversity and finding victory. It speaks to what I l ike to call Heartland values.