Cowboys and Indians

Cowboys and Indians

by Keith G. Laufenberg

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Cowboys and Indians by Keith G. Laufenberg

: Cowboys and Indians is a look back in history and the theme throughout is the undeniable fact that the earth upon which we human beings presently live is being systematically killed, literally beaten to death, as we are so graphically shown in Walking Mountain, and that the Native Americans have known this for thousands of years and have been warning us, the powers that be, for hundreds. If Al Gore is being listened to because he is a man whose position in life demands such and because he has been awarded the Nobel Prize for a documentary he made about this very subject, than it is in the very footsteps of literally thousands of wise Native Americans whose words Al Gore has chosen to regurgitate and, thank God someone who the World may finally listen to has. Now, maybe--just maybe--we will listen.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014746939
Publisher: Royal Crown Royal LLC
Publication date: 06/03/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 229 KB

About the Author

Keith G. Laufenberg has been writing for over 30 years and has had over a hundred poems and short stories published. His work has appeared in such magazines and journals as: AIM Magazine; Amaterasu; aaduna; The Maryland Review; Spoiled Ink; Down in the Dirt; Pleaides; The Oracular Tree; Prole Magazine, Pulp Empire; NuVein;The Pink Chameleon; Mobius Magazine; The Washington Pastime; Rymfire Books; One Million Stories; Euonia Review; Short Story.Me; The Spillway Review; Author Trek; Struggle Magazine; NeonbeamMagazine; The Write Room; The Corner Club Press; Pot Luck Magazine; OMG Magazine; An Electric Tragedy; Write from Wrong Magazine; The Fine Line; Danse Macabre Magazine; The Whortleberry Press; The Ultimate Writer; Fringe Magazine; Northern Stars Magazine;The Writing Disorder;; The Phoenix Magazine; The Legions of Light Magazine; KZine Magazine; The Earth Comes First; et al, and he has also had 2 novels published: “Miami Rock” and “Semper-Fi-Do-or-Die”, both in 2007 and he now has three other novels and five books of short stories which can be assessed at his website:

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Cowboys and Indians 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Shelley2 More than 1 year ago
I read the first two stories on Mr. Laufenberg's website and they were so spell-binding that I got the nook and I must say it was well worth it. These stories are a look inside our country and our history and the way things are today we should all be questioning our politicians and their motives. We should have listened much more to what the Native Americans had to say, Shelly Farr
ATFman More than 1 year ago
My buddy put me on to this book of stories because he knew I was a wild west fan. I grew up in Dallas and really loved these stories. I knew the Indians had been wronged but I never knew this bad. Really a great amount of history. Loved it. Bobby B
Jeri51 More than 1 year ago
I read two other of Mr. Laufenberg's books, Semper-Fi, the marine book and The Tower about the automobile business and really enjoyed them both. I read some of his short stories like two or three years ago and that was what got me started to reading these books and this one was exceptional. I had read three of them before and strangely enough they were better the second time because I missed a few historical things which I actually checked and they turned out true. I will recommend this and will probably read all his others because for a dollar I've read books for twenty that were no where as good. Jeri M.
WiseguyVin More than 1 year ago
I read this guy's marine corps book and it was great and this book is no exception either, it's really a good experience to read this. It actually reads like history as did Semper-fi the other book I read by this writer. I recommend it definitely. Vinnie F.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I only read the first three of these but I'm hooked; I've read two other books by this author and I may read them all. I'm retired and read an awful lot; these stories are a breath of fresh air. F.L.
Youngmy More than 1 year ago
I'm a fan of Keith Laufenberg's. I read Miami Rock and really loved it and this is more of the same because it's really exciting historical writing that reads really fast. I like the quotations at the front of the stories and I like the endings and the way the Indians lived and considered the planet and life as opposed to the European exploiters, us I mean, and I recommend it to mystery and history readers. Merle Y
BridgeMan More than 1 year ago
I read most of these stories over the weekend and have read 2 other books by this writer. This is realistic and really enjoyable reading. Makes me want to read more of his stuff and I will. BJ
RFKtooRK More than 1 year ago
I loved these real-life type, historical stories and am almost done with another book of Mr. Lanferbergs a book of ss called Muhammad Revenge which is about as good as ive read for quite some time. RKennedy
Fineann More than 1 year ago
I read Thunder and Lightning online at a magazine's website and it brought me to read this book, which I really liked. I've read two other of his books and will probably read more because I really like the way he writes and for a dollar it sure is easy.
WhiteWB More than 1 year ago
I read a c ouple of these on his website and liked them so much I got the book and wasn't disappointed. I think the American Indians have had a bad deal to.
Normthestorm More than 1 year ago
This stuff is great, real stories with a lot of history and looks like a lot of research or personal knowlege and I will read his other stuff too. Norm G.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My best friend recommended this book but I'm not much into western stuff. but i still liked it a lot just not to much on indians. The stories seemed very well written and i liked them most of all the firsat one about the history of the indian tribes and all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book probably in about two days and the stories are excellent. I rate the first three as 5 star but some of the others as 4 and some maybe 3. Very realistic storys.Overall 3 and a half or 4. I would recommend them. I read mostly over holidays and actuall read 2 of this author and maybe will read more even though I never have enough time during the working year.
MangoMan More than 1 year ago
I would say that this book is very truthful and realistic. The author obviously did his research and it shows in the writing. I will read more of his stuff. Peter M.
Simmerdown More than 1 year ago
I read these stories about a year ago after buying the book at a reading at Barnes & Nobles and I am now reading another of his books but always re-read various of these stories because I can't find them anywhere else. J.S.
Stevewontleave More than 1 year ago
Excellent stories, realistic and great characters and settings, thoroughly believable. This is the second book i've read by keith laufenberg and I am going to read more, like this and recommend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
very well written and truthful only as far as i can determine and i read history constantly especially about the old west. recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I knew I read this somewhere and I did I bought it about three years ago in a B&N store. I actually read the first part here. It's great. Tim P 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read a lot and read this author a lot and I really like most of his stuff this falls just short of his beat though because of the dialogue and characters which I got to like but many of them are not followed through like in most of his books and short stories.
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