A non-fiction novel of the bloody Power Affair in Arizona, 1918.
"this stunning collection of short stories draws unrelenting portraits of cruelty."
--Jeffrey Greene
Fiction (novel) Scribner, February 2008
"The story of 17 year old Ned Thorne who joins the army and gets posted to the furthest outpost of the Arizona Territory in 1871, where he must prove himself to his superiors and himself."
Fiction (novel)
"a bitter, witty psychological profile of genius that is also a wonderful celebration of country music."
--Donald Barthelme

With Blood in Their Eyes

In 1918, four lawmen from Graham County, Arizona, climbed into the rugged Galiuro mountains to arrest brothers Tom and John Power for draft evasion. What ensued was the deadliest gunfight in Arizona history, with four dead. This non-fiction novel details the gunfight, the events leading up to it, and the twenty-eight day manhunt through southern Arizona