The Last Cowboy, by Jan Herrman @NewShelvesBooks @KeriBarnum @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours

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Welcome to the book tour for historical fiction novel, The Last Cowboy by Jan Herrman. Read on for more details and a chance to win a $25 Amazon e-gift card! The Last Cowboy Cover The Last Cowboy Publication Date: November 7th, 2021 Genre: Historical Fiction As the romanticized period of the American “wild” West wound down, most cowboys rode off into the sunset. Hank Miller must follow a different path. In The Last Cowboy, he survives the Civil War, Texas sized desperados, and the great San Francisco earthquake. With a debt to pay, Hank will place himself and his twin sons in great danger in a new, wild and untamed frontier—Morocco! This is a sweeping tale of a reluctant hero of the West. It is also a story of romance and international adventure, stretching from west Texas to San Francisco, Chicago, New York, London, Tangier and the Moroccan Rif. The novel spans an equally expansive time frame: 1860 to 1912. The backdrop is the American frontier with all its enduring myths and troubling realities. Ultimately, his heroism earns Hank unexpected wealth, friends on three continents, and the love of an extraordinary woman. Now ensconced in a mansion in the most exclusive neighborhood of San Francisco, Hank has a beautiful wife and three remarkable children. He wants nothing more than to enjoy them all and the highly successful international tour business he and Beth now operate. But a last, perilous mission awaits. Hank has a debt to pay and a friend to rescue in a far off land. Available on Amazon

About the Author

image009 Jan is a retired physician living with his wife, a practicing pediatrician in Southern California. Their children have all flown the coop. Amazon Click the link below for a chance to win a $25 Amazon e-gift card! Rafflecopter Book Tour Organized By: R&R Button R&R Book Tours

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  1. Happy new year, Didi, I hope it will be a good one. This sounds like a very good Western, one I would enjoy with the historical aspects.

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    1. It’s sparked my interest as well! Hope you’re having a wonderful start to the new year Robbie!! 🤩

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      1. Work is a mad house but at least I am refreshed. I hope yours was also good.

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