A Killer is What They Needed: The True, Untold Story of Commodore Perry Owens, A Sheriff of the Arizona Territory
AWARD WINNING TITLE! "...an absorbing tale, meticulously researched." -from the foreword by Robert K. De Arment. "A KILLER IS WHAT THEY NEEDED": THE TRUE, UNTOLD STORY OF COMMODORE PERRY OWENS, A SHERIFF OF THE ARIZONA TERRITORY. Octavo, 308 pp., illus., color endpaper maps, color pictorial dustjacket. During the 1880s Arizona Territory was among the Wild West's wildest places. It took a special breed of lawman to step up and confront the likes of the Clanton and Blevins brothers, and their gang members. Often faced with but an instant to think through a situation, their continued existence depended on being willing to pull the trigger now and ask questions later. Such a man was Apache County Sheriff Commodore Perry Owens. Quiet, enigmatic, small in stature and quirky in personality-yet undeniably brave-Owens tamed northeastern Arizona Territory with his sheer grit and wits. This is Owens' full story-the first time ever in print!
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