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This book is a collection of award winning true-life stories 150 years in the making. The central character throughout the book is Louie A. "Mule" Russell, Allen's Dad. The 30 stories included in the book are about Mule, his family, and friends. These true tall tales are about the life of a country boy growing up in the hills and hollers of Smith County Tennessee.

Ranging from the Civil War up through the Great Depression, the war-torn countryside of Europe, and a few of the childhood adventures that Allen shared with his dad. You'll find these stories of the Boston-Russell families to be inspiring, enlightning, and a few of them will make you laugh, a lot. As Allen Likes to say, "These tall tales are 100% mostly true."

This collection of stories has proven itself to be popular with mature southern readers who remember life in the country and the small towns during a simpler time.

 

Literary Awards for Mule

The Razor Strop, First Place, John Margrave Award for Non-Fiction. Tennessee Mountain Writers Conference, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, March, 2011.

Fallen Rocks, First Place, Picayune Writers Group for Adult Non-Fiction, Picayune, Mississippi, July 2010.

Up the Creek, Second Place, Alabama Writers Conclave, Humor Category, Birmingham, Alabama, July 2010.

 

6X9  Softcover or ebook

http://www.amazon.com/MULE-Tales-Country-County-Tennessee/dp/1614342806/ref=sr_1_11?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1316708683&sr=1-11

 


 

Allen Russell's

"Cowboy Christmas Tales"

A collection of 12 short stories celebrating Christmas the Cowboy Way

Available now 6x9 Softcover or ebook   

http://www.amazon.com/Cowboy-Christmas-Tales-ebook/dp/B008SYCC92

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  "The Lonesome Wind" is episode one of the Buffalo Grass Rider Series. It chronicles the story of Bolton Ashton. Born among the green hills of Tennessee, Bolt shares a distant ancestral link to a savage Cherokee warrior. The young Tennessean represents the rebirth of an ancient curse and the embodiment of a brutal warrior spirit.

Accused of murder in 1861, Bolt flees Tennessee to join the bloody conflict of the Civil War. His journey takes him to Gettysburg, across the dry rolling plains of post war Texas, and finally to the vast buffalo grass ranges of Eastern Montana where this adventure really begins.

 

“Allen Russell is a fresh breeze off the buffalo grass prairie. Just when I had despaired of finding another Zane Grey or Louis Lamour, along comes Allen Russell with his novel, BUFFALO GRASS RIDER. As I read I forgot to eat. His novel is well written, fast paced, with credible characters that only the 1800s could have produced, men and women who made the history of the West so delicious.”

Dayton O. Hyde, Hot Springs, South Dakota.

Author of “THE PASTURES OF BEYOND” and many more. Environmentalist, Rancher, Cowboy, and Founder of the Wild Horse Sanctuary.


6X9 Softcover or ebook

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009Z6MWQ0 


 

 

Blood on the Rosebud is episode two of the Buffalo Grass Rider series. It chronicles the life of Bolt Ashton, a man known as Buffalo Grass Rider among the Indians. Bolt and the Sioux warrior Lone Elk are once again united in a quest to find Lone Elk’s wife who has been abducted by white trappers. Meanwhile, what’s left of Bolt’s long separated family abandons the political corruption of post war Tennessee planning to join him on the Montana frontier. While on the quest with Lone Elk, Bolt learns the source of the warrior spirit that lives within him and the truth about the centuries-old blood connection he and Lone Elk share with an ancient and brutal Cherokee warrior known as Ten Thunders.

 Bolt, his family and the men of the Lonesome Wind are drawn into a bloody confrontation with a well-financed and politically powerful group of land grabbers and their army of hired gunmen intent on taking over the vast Lonesome Wind Ranch by whatever means necessary.  

 

“Allen Russell is a first class hunting guide and a great storyteller. Every writer should understand the people and the country that he writes about. Allen has been there and experienced it. He appreciates sharp wits and the banter that goes on between real cowboys. Allen brings a realistic look to cattle ranching, horses, weapons, and weather in the old west. BUFFALO GRASS RIDER is a fast moving, believable, sometimes funny, sometimes serious, and sometimes deadly story. It covers a lot of ground from Tennessee to Montana, and I enjoyed every mile.”

 Owen Badgett, Ingomar, Montana. Author of “Rawhide and Velvet” and others, Poet, Storyteller, Cowboy.

 

6X9 Softcover or ebook

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CB3N402 




Rough River Gold is episode three of the award winning Buffalo Grass Rider series. Bolt Ashton, known to the Indians as Buffalo Grass Rider, and his saddle partner, Eb Monday, are drawn into a plot to steal a huge stockpile of federal bullion hidden deep in the Black Hills of the Dakota Territory.   

 An international coalition of corrupt government officials, former rebels, and Mexican patriots have hatched a daring scheme using the gold to equip an army of mercenaries and finance a lightening quick strike against the southern United States. Thinking the bulk of the American army is engaged in a war with the Plains Indians; the conspirators plan to seize the opportunity and take back the land stolen from Mexico and revive the Confederate States of America.  

The plan seems to be going well until one of the ringleaders unwisely imprisons Bolt and Eb and takes them to Mexico. Blamed for the loss of the gold and branded a traitor, Bolt’s only hope of rescue and any chance to clear his name depends on the forbidden affections of a sultry Cajon temptress and the unwavering determination of a rugged group of Montana cowboys known as The Bunch from the Lonesome Wind. 


6X9 Softcover or ebook

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HTEG996

 

 

Crow Feather is the story of Hardin Locke, a young rancher who happens to be a blood relative to the Cheyenne and sole heir to the vast Eagle’s Nest Ranch lying in the foothills of the Bighorn Mountains. Rapid changes are coming to the Wyoming Territory in the 1890’s and Indian rights are non-existent.

Hardin’s fortunes are jeopardized when he is blamed for the downfall of an inept but politically influential cavalry officer who is out to rid the plains of the few remaining free-roaming bands of Indians. 

After learning of Hardin’s demise, a land grabbing robber baron hatches a plan to take possession of the Eagle’s Nest. False imprisonment, political corruption, and dispossession of his lands are just some of the obstacles Hardin and a small group of dedicated companions must overcome to take back the legacy that is rightfully his.      

 

Ebook or Softcover


http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JROA1H2

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