A deep investigation into historical documents that prove the notorious outlaw Jesse James faked his own death.
“Poussin was a master artist, which leads me to believe this shadow was no accident and that he could have been using it to convey a message.”
I am very happy and honored to have received 4 out of 5 stars from Seattle Book Reviews for my book, Jesse James and the Lost Templar Treasure. Just a day away from it’s official […]
After years of researching, taking notes and then compiling all of that into a book, it takes a toll and a large piece of myself is in that book. It’s out there for the world to see and to judge. Getting a good review and good endorsements can melt that worry away.
I could go on and on about this one, but I’ll spare you and get right to it. I really enjoyed the entire review, but my favorite part of this review is when Kris Helt writes: “Duke fulfilled this objective all the way to 5-stars. If you love history, mysteries, treasure hunting and of course Jesse James, do not hesitate to give your full attention to Jesse James and the Lost Templar Treasure.”
It’s funny how time works. When I have a manuscript deadline and I only have two months to go before it is due, time flies by and I always wish I had more of it. […]
It’s only three months until the release of my forthcoming book and I am pleased to present to you, my first book trailer! Feel free to subscribe, like, share the link and comment. Enjoy!
After over twenty years of researching family lore about my great, great grandfather Jesse James who lived in Texas under the alias of James Lafayette Courtney, I am pleased to announce that my book, […]