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Alice V. Brock learned to love western books as a child when her father brought home a Louis L’Amour paperback western and she fell in love with the cowboys galloping through those pages. Mr. L’Amour’s books, and TV shows like Gunsmoke, Rawhide, and Bonanza of the late ’50s and ’60s, brought the west alive to her. The history of Texas and the old west is full of real stories of those times. Her wish is to bring them alive to kids of today. The old west has not disappeared and Alice brings real people in the history of Texas and the old west to her writing. Real people who lived in history and have descendants who live today.

Her chance to see cowboys in action came when she married and moved to her husband’s family ranch in Iola, Texas, where she watches the grazing cattle from her kitchen window. Her grandchildren are the fifth generation to live on the Brock Ranch.

To learn more about Alice V. Brock and her writing visit her website at alicevbrock.com. Watch for announcements about the next book in the Will and Buck series, Murder on the Pecos, due out in 2017

Will and Buck: River of Cattle 

Mid Grade Literature, Teen 
Will Whitaker's eleventh summer is one thrill after another. A cattle drive with a famous Texas Ranger, a Comanche trying to steal his horse, a buffalo stampede, thirst-maddened cattle crossing eighty miles of alkali desert to a dangerous ford on the Pecos River—it's almost more than Will can endure. He gets to work as a drover, riding his best friend Buck, a big buckskin stallion, until he is captured by a vicious Comanche war chief. And only his worst enemy can rescue him. Two Feathers—half white, half Comanche—runs away from his tribe when he learns his uncle killed his white father. He sees Will's horse and knows he is destined to have him, this great warrior's horse. Camping alone and following the winding River of Cattle across the High Plains of West Texas, he tries again and again to take him. Will foils him every time, but Two Feathers comes too close and is captured by the drovers. The two boys, both fighting the grief of their mother's deaths, both without a true home, face death and danger separately, but eventually they must learn acceptance of each other's differences or their mutual mistrust could lead them to disaster on the brutal Texas-New Mexico frontier. Will they become brothers or mortal enemies?
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