Steven Law is destined to become the Louis L'Amour or Elmer Kelton for the newest audience

of western fiction readers.

Brigadier General Robert W. Enzenauer

 

Author Steven Law has that unique writting ability to draw you into his story, then hook

you with great characters that keep you completely engaged from the first page to the last.

This is the new generation of the western.

D. B. Jackson, author of They Rode Good Horses

 

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ON THE DAY TREVOR HODGE graduates from college his life is about to take a sudden turn, and it's not toward the big accounting job that he'd lined up. Surprised by a visitor at his college commencement, Trevor learns that his father, who he never knew, has died in an accident. Trevor is drawn by a subconscious and relentless yearning to go to Oklahoma to the funeral. He ultimately decides to stay the summer with his father's family and travel the rodeo circuit, where his father was a local hero.