Upon a Crazy Horse

Upon a Crazy Horse When Jack Brannigan whacked a stump with his knee lost his breakfast down the horse s front leg and bruised his manhood on the saddle horn all on the first morning of the ride he knew the venture w

  • Title: Upon a Crazy Horse
  • Author: Frank Allan Rogers
  • ISBN: 9781449527624
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Jack Brannigan whacked a stump with his knee, lost his breakfast down the horse s front leg and bruised his manhood on the saddle horn, all on the first morning of the ride, he knew the venture would play hell with his sense of humor Without thinking twice, maybe not even once, he had ignored the elements of endurance warning in the brochure and flew to New Mexico foWhen Jack Brannigan whacked a stump with his knee, lost his breakfast down the horse s front leg and bruised his manhood on the saddle horn, all on the first morning of the ride, he knew the venture would play hell with his sense of humor Without thinking twice, maybe not even once, he had ignored the elements of endurance warning in the brochure and flew to New Mexico for a week long, 135 mile horseback ride On twenty two horses and a mule named Molly, the riders would chase the ghost of Billy the Kid over the mountains and across the desert from Lincoln to Fort Sumner Choking dust, scorching sun, freezing rain, and a blistered butt prove the brochure to be true But elements become the least of Jack s concerns when tragedy strikes The riders discover Bonita, a courageous and beautiful young woman, kidnapped and held as a slave on Paradise Mountain, and Jack Brannigan faces the biggest challenge of his life.

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    1. I'm proud to say I critiqued this manuscript in its early days, and it captivated me from the get-go. After publication, I had to buy my very own copy of the book. The finished product enchanted me even more. With charm, wit, enthusiasm, and heart to spare, UPON A CRAZY HORSE is a wild ride of the best sort. Frank Allan Rogers' genuine, down-home "voice" is delightful -- sort of a mashup of Larry McMurtry and Louis L'Amour. Readers will feel every ache poor Jack Brannigan experiences, fall in lo [...]


    2. Jack Brannigan joins the Billy the Kid Trail Ride, a tenderfoot without any clue as to what he's about to experience. He certainly doesn't expect to be blistered on his backside, nor does he expect to rescue a damsel in distress. Bonita fell for a man who she thought was good after only a few dates, but he kidnapped her and claimed they were married. Hidden away on his ranch in the New Mexico mountains, she has almost given up hope of escaping.There are laugh out loud moments as we sympathize wi [...]


    3. By Roy Abercrombie Upon A Crazy Horse is one of those books that took me back to my younger years when I dreamed of or longed for a care free life somewhere out West always out in the open and always on a horse. At the early age of 12 I learned how to ride bare back no bridle, just a hack-a-more on a pretty "crazy horse" that was a trained cattle horse that put me on the ground more than I can count. This "greenhorn" reminded me of the struggles of just trying to stay on "Sadie, the Sadist" as I [...]



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