Book: Thunderhead - A Novel of the Historic American West, Book Three by B. A. Braxtoncategories: Book, Historical Fiction, Wild West, Drama, Revenge, American West, Outlaws, Deadwood, South Dakota, Eighteenth Century, Jack McCall, Photography, Sioux, Western
B. A. Braxtonabout this book: Book Three of the Thunderhead trilogy finds Al Franklin back in Deadwood and settling into his routine of taking ambrotype photographs of the citizenry. Jack McCall has paid for killing Wild Bill Hickok with his own life. Al intends to profit from McCall's ill-gotten notoriety by selling his photograph, which angers Wild Bill's friends. Colorado Charlie and the others hope that the love of a good woman will make Al see the error of his ways and not go through with it.
The DeMarco gang finally tracks down the man responsible for killing Maggie and Chad's parents fourteen years ago. This man, Wakefield, is taken along with his daughter and two of her children to their campsite, where Maggie will decide their fate. And Maggie is not in a very forgiving mood. "Spittoon" Nicky fears that no member of that family will make it back home alive.
Harvey McCafferty finally meets up with the DeMarcos in Deadwood and the bullets start flying. Will Harvey collect on all that bounty money, or will this overly ambitious task of his get the best of him?
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