John Dillinger and Geronimo

John Dillinger and Geronimo

by James Magner

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Overview

It is 1953 in Tucson, Arizona. Tom Sullivan's thoughts are drifting more and more to the distant past, reliving the adventures he set out to find when he walked away from his home in Boston in 1894...just a kid.

Follow the stories of an old man into the Arizona past—the 1890s—to the toughest hombres of the Old West–Apache warriors and scouts. Drop-in on 1934 and Tucson's much-celebrated visit by John Dillinger, Public Enemy #1. Is he still alive in '53? Then to war with the crooked Highway Patrol captain. The raucous and rowdy neighborhood kids, the Sky Pirates, dig their way into the action.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798728569398
Publisher: James John Magner
Publication date: 04/06/2021
Pages: 366
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.76(d)

About the Author

Jim Magner is a writer of novels and plays. He has been the author of a popular art column, “Art and the City” for the Hill Rag, a Capitol Hill, DC paper since 2002.

He is also a painter with works in private, corporate and government collections. He has won numerous awards for both painting and creative writing.

He has been a legislative assistant to a US senator, a government relations consultant and a teacher. He is a decorated Vietnam vet.

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