Item description for Son of an Arizona Legend (The Legend of Stuart Brannon, Book 6) by Stephen Bly...
A knock at the door interrupts Stuart Brannon's fortieth birthday party. Standing on the doorstep is a twelve-year-old Indian boy with a shocking announcement: Brannon is his father!
The boy also brings the sad news that his mother, whom Brannon befriended at Broken Arrow Crossing, is dying in a Navajo camp. Brannon determines to bring her back to the ranch, but decides to wait and see her before telling Littlefoot the truth about his parentage--that his real father was an outlaw.
Danger stalks the trail to the Utah border. A desperado Brannon once sent to prison closes in on him, determined to get revenge. A gun battle breaks out. Brannon captures Trevor again; however, the outlaw tricks a gullible sheriff into letting him go and locking Brannon up.
This final Stuart Brannon adventure pits the famous ex-lawman against the shrewdest outlaw of his career, takes him into perilous situations, and again puts before his heart a crucial question.
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Stephen Bly (1944-2011) served as pastor for churches in California and Idaho. He graduated M.Div. from Fuller Theological Seminary. He authored and co-authored with his wife, Janet, over 100 nonfiction and fiction books for adults, teens, and kids. Stephen was also a Christy Award winner and finalist for his inspirational western novels. Find out more: www.BlyBooks.com
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THE LEGEND OF STUART BRANNON Apr 25, 2003
I expect to read about Stuart Brannon in a western history book some day. He's been such a role model in my own life and Bly has made him almost a household name in all his westerns. Get a kick out of finding his name in every Bly novel. Must be the author's favorite character too! This last of the series was a real treasure to find and read and savor.