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Larry Richardson Book Signing

June 3 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

BOOK SYNOPSIS:
The Big Horn by Larry Richardson & Tom Richardson is the first in a book series about the exploits of protagonists, C.J. Mason, a police sergeant and Thorn Hickum, a retired military man.
The Big Horn is a western adventure story based on true events immediately after the Custer massacre at the Little Big Horn. The Big Horn is a western adventure story by Larry Richardson & Tom Richardson. . If you like Louis L’Amour, or Zane Grey then you will like Larry and Tom Richardson’s The Big Horn.
Set in the wake of General Custer’s massacre at the Little Big Horn, The Big Horn tells the story of a celebrated steamboat captain who rescued the survivors of the 7th Calvary, forcing him to bury a fated gold shipment along the banks of the Little Big Horn to make room for the wounded.
Thirty years later, while trying to solve a murder, a Montana lawman stumbles upon a clue that might not only solve the crime, but possibly lead to the whereabouts of the lost gold, a discovery that puts him on a collision course with those determined to stop him.

Co-Author, Larry Richardson, born and raised in Southern California, has a background is in Persuasion Theory, with a Master of Arts from California State University at Fullerton. He earned a PhD. from the University of Southern California with a dissertation in hostage negotiating. He has long been an outdoor enthusiast, backpacker, and long distance runner. He earned a 3rd degree black belt in karate from the Zen Bai Butokukai. He currently owns a market research company in Cleveland, Tennessee.

Details

Date:
June 3
Time:
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
http://www.bankofbooks.com

Venue

Bank of Books
748 E Main Street
Ventura, CA 93001 United States
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Phone:
805 643 3154
Website:
www.bankofbooks.com

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