Ford Payne (Leave your badge at the border)

Ford Payne (Leave your badge at the border)

by James Edwin Branch
     
 
In this sequel to Vernon Pollard, Marshal Ford Payne must bring an old enemy to justice. When Ford's deputy is mistaken for him and murdered on the street in Laredo Ford must ride on a manhunt. The man responsible is in old Mexico and Ford has to leave his badge behind. Some old friends show up along the way as well as a few new characters. Ride along as James Edwin

Overview

In this sequel to Vernon Pollard, Marshal Ford Payne must bring an old enemy to justice. When Ford's deputy is mistaken for him and murdered on the street in Laredo Ford must ride on a manhunt. The man responsible is in old Mexico and Ford has to leave his badge behind. Some old friends show up along the way as well as a few new characters. Ride along as James Edwin Branch takes you on another old west adventure.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012444912
Publisher:
VGR
Publication date:
05/17/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
110 KB

Meet the Author

James Edwin Branch was raised in West Texas, where he was brought up in an environment that surrounded him with reminders of the old West. After attending high school, he joined the U.S. Army at an early age.
He is a Viet Nam veteran and after leaving the Army, he attended colleges in Dallas, Texas and North Carolina. After college, he settled into a business career always working in or around the music business.
Through his years in the music business, he became an avid songwriter, writing over 200 songs, ranging from Rock to Country. In the late 1980’s, he decided to take his writing to the next level and began writing short stories from his song characters. As the years slipped by, the stories grew in size, until his stories became novels.
James, a cancer survivor, now lives in South Texas, is an avid writer, and continues to work on the craft he loves the most.
In his youth, he was obsessed with paperback action books and read them one after another. Now he creates them. James writes from the heart and without lines. His characters often transcend racial and gender lines. As he said in one of his westerns,
“I was taught to see a man’s purpose, what skills he has, not where he came from.”
His characters always have a special kind of heart.

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