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The Sheriff's Pursuit
SKU: 979-8-9884806-2-4

An Amazon Bestseller!
A prequel to the Barber Brothers' Adventures Series: Before Sheriff Talbot Jones could retire, he had to stop a second vigilante war. . . and find the sheriff-elect's killer.

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The Ace's Bounty: The Barber Brothers' First Adventure
SKU: 979-8-98-848061-7


Traditional Western readers should love this novel with its good pacing, plenty of action, and a hint of romance. There is a nice hook for another book to follow, and I will certainly take the bait. This writer has a future in the genre.
-RON SCHWAB, Bestselling author of Old Dogs, The Accidental Sheriff, and other classic Western novels.

They returned home from the Civil War to a life of poverty, but a chance encounter with a U.S. Marshal offers them work and a chance for justice.
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The War Remains: The Barber Brothers' Next Adventure

Coming in May 2024!

In the shadow of a nation’s rebirth, two brothers ride against the echoes of war.

The highly anticipated sequel in the "Barber Brothers' Adventures" series. "The War Remains" thrusts readers back into the gripping saga of Elijah and Moses Barber, former cavalrymen turned reluctant heroes on the rugged frontier.
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Chicago To Appomattox

"Every volunteer regiment that fought its way through the horrors of the Civil War deserves its own modern study, and Jason Baker's Chicago to Appomattox offers both a solid account of the 39th Illinois's wartime history from recruitment to discharge and a useful collection of reference material related to its officers and men." -- Civil War Books and Authors (

When Chicago lawyer Thomas Osborn set out to form a Union regiment in the days following the attack on Fort Sumter, he could not have known it was the beginning of a 6000-mile journey that would end at Appomattox Courthouse four years later. With assistance from Governor Richard Yates, the 39th Illinois Infantry—“The Yates Phalanx”—enlisted young men from Chicago, its modern-day suburbs, and small towns of northern and central Illinois.
While most Illinois regiments fought in the west, the 39th marched through the Shenandoah Valley to fight Stonewall Jackson, to Charleston Harbor for the Second Battle of Fort Sumter, and to Richmond for the year-long siege at Petersburg. This book chronicles day-to-day life in the regiment, the myriad factors that determined its path, and the battles fought by the Chicagoans—including two Medal of Honor recipients—who fired some of the last shots before the Confederate surrender at Appomattox.

Book royalties are donated to the American Battlefield Trust--to preserve and protect hallowed ground--and to local historical organizations of the cities and towns that made up the 39th Illinois.

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