Join us for a slide presentation on “What Made Wyatt Earp Tick?” A short lecture and discussion on all things Earp!
Mark Warren has researched the Frontier West and especially the life of Wyatt Earp for more than 63 years. His trilogy, Wyatt Earp, An American Odyssey," has met with the approval of a discerning group of Western historians as well as lovers of the historical fiction genre.
Think you don’t like to read Westerns? Adobe Moon will change your mind! Check out this review: http://www.gulfcoastnewstoday.com/stories/think-you-dont-like-to-read-westerns-adobe-moon-will-change-your-mind,75355
Born to the Badge, the second book in the Earp trilogy was recently honored as a “2019 Spur Award Finalist.”
Reviews: “Adobe Moon is no ordinary Western. This one is special. Adobe Moon is an engrossing ride with Wyatt Earp. My only criticism is the next book (in the trilogy) isn’t out quick enough.” ~ Erik J. Wright, Author, Western Historian and Assistant Editor of The Tombstone Epitaph National Edition.
In Born to the Badge Mark Warren follows Earp through the Kansas cow-towns where he first makes a name for himself. They still talk about Wyatt Earp in Wichita and Dodge City. After reading this book, you'll understand why.” ~ Jeff Morey, Historical Consultant for the movie Tombstone.
"Not every writer understands that the most important line in any book is the hook…Born to the Badge opens with the following line: 'Wichita, Kansas, was hell in the making...' and there I went - engrossed for hours...Warren is able to convey scenes with a cinematic clarity. ~Peta Stevalli, New Zealand Booklovers
Find out more about Mark's books and read chapter one of "Adobe Moon" on his website at www.wyattearpanamericanodyssey.com
Mark's "Secrets of the Forest" books will also be available at this event!