T his is the forth book by William White and
deals with treasure hunting lore and the
a ctual treasure hunters who still walk the
upper reaches of the fabled Caballo Mountains.
This will be the last book dedicated exclusively to
this Mountain Range. There will be other stories
no doubt, but not enough to fill a complete volume
with. William is a treasure hunter first, and
a writer second, and because of this, most of his
stories come from actual treasure hunting experiences.
This book was designed to finish off
most of the untold stories that abound here. It
would be pure conceit to assert that all the treasure
stories about the Caballo Mountains are now
committed to print. This is simply not true and
William would agree that these tales represent
only those stories that he is aware of.
His style of writing is both entertaining and
informative in such a manner that one could easily
relate to his experiences. This is another book
that will be difficult to put down once one has
started reading it. William is humbled by the fact
that so many people enjoy reading his books and
says that it fuels the fires of creative energy that
causes him to continue his work. The reader will
find this an honest book with no punches pulled
for the sake of someone's feelings. It is uniquely
William White and I can almost hear him telling
the stories as I read them in print.