Leonce Gaiter has written an engaging story about a human experience.
As the story was unfolding I found myself captivated by the naïve mission of the gang, sympathetic to their cause and sickened by their methods of exacting revenge.
This book is recommended for history buffs with an interest in the Wild West, Native and African-American History, and how a little-know fact shaped a dream!
I have mixed emotions, about this book. It was my first time reading a novel, by Mr. Gaiter. I would certainly like to read more writings, by him. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mary Mackins
This should be required reading for people in the mid-West, where I live. In Oklahoma where I recognize most of these towns.Published 12 months ago by Leonard Guillory
Fascinating read about a little known story in American history. One of many little known ones that are an interesting read.Published 17 months ago by TED L
Quick! Can you tell me if you knew that there was a multi-racial teenaged gang terrorizing the west? Read morePublished 23 months ago by Troy Johnson
I Dreamt I Was in Heaven... was a good read. My bookclub was looking for something outside of our normal genre and this fit the bill. Most members enjoyed it. Read morePublished on October 23, 2012 by Nannypie
Quick! Can you tell me if you knew that there was a multi-racial teenaged gang terrorizing the west? Read morePublished on December 5, 2011 by Alvin C. Romer
In an ironic ending to "Hanging Judge" Isaac C Parker's tenure as the driving moral force in the Indian Territories, the Rufus Buck Gang is hung, Parker expiring soon after in... Read morePublished on October 19, 2011 by Luan Gaines