D. J. Herda is the author of numerous books on a wide range of topics—including Outlaws of the American West—as well as several hundred thousand articles, syndicated columns, and short stories.
Anyone who loves story tellers and I'd fascinated with the Wild West. It is very detailed and full of truths and Tales?
I prefer to believe any tales as truth.
this book tells the real story of John Henry Holliday, without the Hollywood hype ( Love Tombstone the movie) reading this fine little book covers more subject matter than you... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kurt G. Zeigler
It is like I have stepped back in time and listening to Doc's stories straight from him....AWESOME!
Would highly recommend this book to all of my fellow Doc Holliday fans.
Doc Holliday is or was a wild western guy who loved chewing tobacco and walked with a limp and he also did ride horses thru the western towns tooPublished 19 months ago by fasteddy
This book belongs under fiction, not history. While many of the details of John Henry Holliday's life are unclear and open to interpretation (particularly after he went west)... Read morePublished on August 6, 2012 by Barbara J. Wertz
There was far less than the prestated story of his ongoing romance with Kate. She was mostly a pass through character that was not dvelepoed other than she was a a loveable whore. Read morePublished on April 9, 2012 by James E. Duffy
The author of this book has taken the generally well known facts regarding Doc Holliday's life --- where he was, when, and what he did there --- and, placing them in proper... Read morePublished on October 9, 2011 by Marvin D. Pipher
John Henry Holliday is one of those special characters from history that makes you seek out only the best sources of information, the most reliable historical facts. Read morePublished on September 22, 2011 by Ambular