Oh.., Billy

Oh.., Billy

by A. Robert Hill
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Guest More than 1 year ago
'What do you know about Billy the Kid? From every account, he seems to be a very different kind of outlaw. Now comes another account that is even more intriging. The book is 'Oh.., Billy' by A. Robert Hill, who has written a number of other works that deal with the history of Colorado and personalities, some real, some imagined but close to true. The book in papaerback in 385 pages published by Writers Club Press. Hill's writing is very readable as he tells the story of William Bonny through the eyes of Sister Angela and the annals of history along with testimonies given in 1937-38. Bonny lived a very stirring, complex life. There are many different version of Billy and this will add to the legend. It's recommended reading for any fan of the old West.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Oh..,Billy isn't just another novel about Billy the Kid, the famous New Mexican outlaw. This novel by A. Robert Hill is fiction which was written after a great deal of research. When New Mexico was a territory, it was pretty much every man for himself, and the one who was lucky enough to shoot first, was the winner. The Code of the West was, don't shoot an unarmed man. The three who bushwhacked John Tunstall, Billy's mentor, broke that code. Billy became an avenger who brought justice with a pistol he could draw faster and shoot straighter than most gunslingers. Author Hill pictures Billy as a man who rights wrong, no matter what the price he has to pay. Like the knights of old, Billy also has a fair maiden who helps him escape death. Mixed in with the bad and the ugly, there is aCatholic nun who befriends the outlaw and his woman. Was Billy killed at Fort Sumner, New Mexico? If not, whose body does the large sandstoone rock protect from wild animals and modern curiosity seekers? Oh.., Billy has a different answer from the one given in Western Folklore. This novel is worth reading to find out what might have happened to Billy, the outlaw. Did he indeed cheat death? A great read!