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Death Rides the Rail

Long before the advent of the U.S. Secret Service, Kellen Malone is called upon by the president to protect him from a ruthless and determined group of assassins hell-bent on his destruction. Kell and Joe Clements team up as they ride the railroad across the old west putting themselves in harm's way at every stop. Read this second book in the "Redhawk" western series and see if Kellen Malone has what it takes to stop the assassination of President Grover Cleveland!

Long Ride to Yesterday

A fine wine gets better with age, but what comes of a legendary gunslinger, one who’s faced down many and always come out on top? Gain Carson, the legend of Abilene wants to leave his violent ways behind and settle down with the woman he loves. But his enemies and those wishing to replace him keep following him to their death. Read this fast-paced and provocative classical western and discover that Gain Carson might be getting old, but his draw just keeps getting faster!

Death Comes to Redhawk

Kellen Malone had just spent seven years in prison for a crime he didn t commit. During that time, Clay Adkins had stolen his wife, his son, and his ranch. But now that Kellen is free, he is coming back for overdue justice—with a vengeance. When Kellen rode into town, Clay was concerned, but when he saw Skull Clements riding with him as a friend, Clay knew he was in trouble and that death indeed had come to Redhawk. Kellen Malone was fast, but not nearly as fast as some of those he d buried. His new friend, Skull, killed for money, while Kellen killed only on principle—those who needed it, or those who cried out for the dying. And in Kellen s mind, no one needed killing more than Clay Adkins.

Author R.G. Yoho was born in Parkersburg, West Virginia. While he was still a child, his parents moved the family to a cattle farm in southeastern Ohio.
R G Yoho
A graduate of Hyles Anderson College, R.G. has been employed in manufacturing for almost thirty years. At the same time, he worked as a freelance writer for years in many fields, such as politics and sports. In addition, R.G. also hosted a weekly radio talk show for over four years.

This author's love of Westerns began with the reading of "Flint," a novel by famed Western author, Louis L'Amour.

"Now, I routinely try to write the kind of books I like to read," he said. "And other people seem to like them, as well."
A loving husband, father, and grandfather, R.G. is also a devoted fan of West Virginia University football and basketball.




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