by William Carter Burnham
Twin Creeks is the story of two young boys who leave their home in Georgia and travel west seeking a better future. Travel along with them and witness the transformation from young nave boys into savvy frontiersmen.
This book is not based on any one particular person or event. The characters and story are all fictional, but they are based on reality.
Wyatt Earp was in several gunfights and he never got a scratch.
The Comanche were people trying to hold on to their way of life.
In spite of the dangers and hardships, families moved west. All were looking for something better.
The author believes you will enjoy this story and meeting the characters.
About the Author:
In addition to being a Vietnam veteran, William Carter Burnham is a retired construction inspector for Coweta County, Georgia, where he worked for 20 years.
William resides in Hogansville Georgia with his wife of forty-one years, Ruby. William and Ruby have two children, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He has always loved the history of the West and, after five years of writing, he is proud to present Twin Creeks.
(2016, Paperback, 314 pages)