|Kincaids, the (1977) [Novel]|
by Matt Braun
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(From the publisher):
He came off the frontier: a buffalo hunter, a gambler, a loner. In Abilene he won a saloon at cards, and earned the fear of a lawless town. From then on, Jake Kincaid could not be stopped. He began a rampage of ambition and deal-making that forever changed a land called Texas and the Indian Territories. But along the way the deeds and misdeeds of Jake Kincaid affected more than the frontier - they shaped the lives of his two sons. One who became a lawman. One who became an outlaw. Both destined to come face-to-face behind blazing guns...
From Wild Bill Hickok to the Dolan outlaw gang to Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders, THE KINCAIDS tells the classic saga of America at its most adventurous - through the eyes of three generations who made laws, broke laws, and became legends in their time.
Original title: The Kincaids
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Sagas