The author of "The Fourth Horseman" offers an ultimate chronicle of the life of American legend Jim Bowie, who died at the Alamo. The voices of those who knew the frontiersman and his feisty compatriots are brought to life in this vivid series of narratives.
|Publisher:||Doherty, Tom Associates, LLC|
|Edition description:||1 ED|
|Product dimensions:||6.49(w) x 9.61(h) x 1.03(d)|
About the Author
Randy Lee Eickhoff holds several graduate degrees, including a Ph.D. in Classics. He lives in El Paso, Texas where he works on translations in several languages, poetry, plays, and novels of which two have been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. His translation of Ireland's national epic is now a text in not only schools in the United States, but countries overseas as well. His nonfiction work on the Tigua Indians, Exiled, won the Southwest History Award. He has been inducted into the Paso Del Norte Writers Hall of Fame, the local chapter of the Texas Institute of Arts and Letters. He spends his time in El Paso, Ireland, and Italy, lecturing on Dante and The Ulster Cycle.