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.