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Blain Hawk U.S. Marshal The Complete Trilogy
A Tribute to Black U.S. Marshals of the 1800's
by Lloyd Wheatley View author's profile page

Overview


Blain Hawk U.S. Marshal - The Complete Trilogy includes parts that are not in the initial mini-series paperbacks which are now out of print. This western saga began with his father of Caleb Hawk in the early 1800s and concludes in the early 1900s, spanning over three generations of the Hawk Family. 

Blain's family's peace and security are short-lived when a ruthless murder, by the name of Johnnie Red goes on a wild killing spree. The events in the book will make you visualize the scenes as you will find yourself emotionally gripped by the intense action. There's a multitude of issues dealing with slavery, murder, romance, prejudice, violence, justice, and revenge carefully woven into the plot. See how Blain deals with the mental anguish inflicted upon him by the Red Gang and what he and his trusted posse must do. Will he be victorious in his pursuit of law and order or will he fail?

This book also provides an ingenious way to enhance your historical knowledge about the many Black/Native and white Americans that worked together for a better society. It is also a tribute to the many Black and Native American marshals that served under the authority of Judge Issac Parker in the Oklahoma Territory. Each of them interacts in some manner with the main characters throughout the book. See if you know how these people helped shape America by their contributions. All of the real people names appear in italic format. See how these great people help shape our American History? You find yourself pulling out your reference books and being surprised to learn who they are and what they did. Imaginative and humorous at times, this story will keep your attention.

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Description


Black and the Native American United States Marshals worked out of Fort Smith Arkansas for Judge Isaac Parker known as the hanging judge. These marshals were active during the reconstruction during the 1800s. Slavery was over in Texas in June 1865, two years after Abraham Lincoln's emancipation proclamation in January 1863 and during the post-jim crow era where prejudice and discrimination were still very high. Their heroic actions lead to taming the Oklahoma territory and cleaned up the corruption in the courts and the many ruthless outlaws. Action-packed with intense scenes cast in the wild west you may find yourself emotionally involved. Many of these Marshal commissions when ended, chose not to continue as the work was extremely dangerous and many died from being bushwhacked on the trail by outlaws. The story has a bonus where real people interact with the main character Blain Hawk, who is fictional, their names appear in an Italic format. These individuals contributed to a better civil society through their many inventions and military service. All are carefully woven into the ongoing plot of "Good" vs "Evil" of Blain Hawk U.S. Marshal, his family, and Johnnie Red's gang. Which one will be victorious in their efforts? Find out in this intense written epic western drama.  

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About the author


Lloyd J. Wheatley was born and raised in Baltimore Maryland. He is a graduate of Baltimore City College High School. He is a nine-year military veteran of the United States Air Force. He also graduated from the Community College of The Air Force with an A.A. Degree in Criminal Justice, from the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management, and Wilmington College in Delaware with a master’s degree in H.R. and Finance. He worked in two fortune 500 companies as a manufacturing manager for 12 years. He left corporate America and started his own Luxury Limousine Company in 1994. He sold his business in August 2019. 

 He has lectured on business and writing of his books over the years at Delaware State University and for the Delaware Chapter of the legendary Buffalo Soldiers. He has taught classes for adult education and technical training at Polytech Adult education and as a substitute teacher for the Capital School districts secondary level in Delaware. He resides in Dover Delaware and now writes full time. 

 His first book “Blain Hawk U. S. Marshal The Complete Trilogy was used for study at Delaware State University Mass Communications class. He is currently working on a murder mystery of quintuplets cast in his hometown of Baltimore slated to be released by spring 2022. 

 Lloyd often mentors young business startups with those new owners serious about success using needed tools and proven branding business models he personally developed over the years. His area of expertise in corporate America and what he lectures most on are Leadership and Management, Interpersonal Communications & Group Dynamics, and Organizational Change. An extrovert and self-made entrepreneur in every sense of the word, you will find yourself quickly at ease when talking with him. 

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:African American / General

Language:English

Pages:424

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9780967252254

Paperback ISBN:9780967252247


Overview


Blain Hawk U.S. Marshal - The Complete Trilogy includes parts that are not in the initial mini-series paperbacks which are now out of print. This western saga began with his father of Caleb Hawk in the early 1800s and concludes in the early 1900s, spanning over three generations of the Hawk Family. 

Blain's family's peace and security are short-lived when a ruthless murder, by the name of Johnnie Red goes on a wild killing spree. The events in the book will make you visualize the scenes as you will find yourself emotionally gripped by the intense action. There's a multitude of issues dealing with slavery, murder, romance, prejudice, violence, justice, and revenge carefully woven into the plot. See how Blain deals with the mental anguish inflicted upon him by the Red Gang and what he and his trusted posse must do. Will he be victorious in his pursuit of law and order or will he fail?

This book also provides an ingenious way to enhance your historical knowledge about the many Black/Native and white Americans that worked together for a better society. It is also a tribute to the many Black and Native American marshals that served under the authority of Judge Issac Parker in the Oklahoma Territory. Each of them interacts in some manner with the main characters throughout the book. See if you know how these people helped shape America by their contributions. All of the real people names appear in italic format. See how these great people help shape our American History? You find yourself pulling out your reference books and being surprised to learn who they are and what they did. Imaginative and humorous at times, this story will keep your attention.

Read more

Description


Black and the Native American United States Marshals worked out of Fort Smith Arkansas for Judge Isaac Parker known as the hanging judge. These marshals were active during the reconstruction during the 1800s. Slavery was over in Texas in June 1865, two years after Abraham Lincoln's emancipation proclamation in January 1863 and during the post-jim crow era where prejudice and discrimination were still very high. Their heroic actions lead to taming the Oklahoma territory and cleaned up the corruption in the courts and the many ruthless outlaws. Action-packed with intense scenes cast in the wild west you may find yourself emotionally involved. Many of these Marshal commissions when ended, chose not to continue as the work was extremely dangerous and many died from being bushwhacked on the trail by outlaws. The story has a bonus where real people interact with the main character Blain Hawk, who is fictional, their names appear in an Italic format. These individuals contributed to a better civil society through their many inventions and military service. All are carefully woven into the ongoing plot of "Good" vs "Evil" of Blain Hawk U.S. Marshal, his family, and Johnnie Red's gang. Which one will be victorious in their efforts? Find out in this intense written epic western drama.  

Read more

About the author


Lloyd J. Wheatley was born and raised in Baltimore Maryland. He is a graduate of Baltimore City College High School. He is a nine-year military veteran of the United States Air Force. He also graduated from the Community College of The Air Force with an A.A. Degree in Criminal Justice, from the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management, and Wilmington College in Delaware with a master’s degree in H.R. and Finance. He worked in two fortune 500 companies as a manufacturing manager for 12 years. He left corporate America and started his own Luxury Limousine Company in 1994. He sold his business in August 2019. 

 He has lectured on business and writing of his books over the years at Delaware State University and for the Delaware Chapter of the legendary Buffalo Soldiers. He has taught classes for adult education and technical training at Polytech Adult education and as a substitute teacher for the Capital School districts secondary level in Delaware. He resides in Dover Delaware and now writes full time. 

 His first book “Blain Hawk U. S. Marshal The Complete Trilogy was used for study at Delaware State University Mass Communications class. He is currently working on a murder mystery of quintuplets cast in his hometown of Baltimore slated to be released by spring 2022. 

 Lloyd often mentors young business startups with those new owners serious about success using needed tools and proven branding business models he personally developed over the years. His area of expertise in corporate America and what he lectures most on are Leadership and Management, Interpersonal Communications & Group Dynamics, and Organizational Change. An extrovert and self-made entrepreneur in every sense of the word, you will find yourself quickly at ease when talking with him. 

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Book Reviews

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Donna
enjoyable You will not want to put this book down. I just Loved the characters. This book is filled with amazing facts about black history that a lot of us found surprising and you will follow this families harrowing and exciting journey thru the old western days. Read more
Jenny
Excellent Blain Hawk U.S. Marshal Review 5 Stars “The story is an exciting read. The way the author was able to teach our history while entertaining you with an action pack drama. Had a hard time putting it down. Excellent!” 5 STARS definitely! Read more
Faith
Blain Hawk US Marshall The Complete Trilogy A hold on to your hat action drama that keeps you wanting more!!! ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT!! Read more
Bill
Blain Hawk US Marshall The Complete Trilogy I like the info Mr Wheatley brought forth in this project. As you begin to read the story of the character and the tragedy that he went thru in his life, you can also place yourself in his shoes. Even though there was great pain, there was also great victory as well. The book was staged in the 1800's, but there is still a connection between then and today. The Trilogy is a must read! Bill Sivels Read more
Adam
Blain Hawk U.S. Marshal The Complete Trilogy Intense fictional story set in the old West that's packed with action. Read more
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