Bio: Susan M. Ballard shares a small ranch in Pearce, Cochise County, Arizona with her husband, Brian. She is a member of The Western Writers of America and the Ranching Heritage Association. Her work, both fiction and non-fiction, has been published in Wild West, Out West, Voice in the Desert, War Journal and Chronicle of the Old West. Susan is a regular contributor to The Tombstone Times. Borrowed Time is her first novel.
Unto Death... In the days before they became legends, John Henry "Doc" Holliday, a Georgia dentist turned gambler whose constant companion is the specter of early death, and Wyatt Earp, a rough hewn frontier lawman saddled with a taciturn nature and an iron clad sense of justice, forge an unlikely alliance to hunt down the brutal killers of a young Dodge City woman. During the course of a cross-country manhunt to stop the murders before they can strike again, Holliday and Earp form the basis of ... more info>>
John Henry "Doc" Holliday and Wyatt Earp embark on what will be the most tumultuous years of their lives, lives spent in and around "The Town Too Tough to Die," Tombstone, Arizona Territory. Together they face life and death situations, meet new demands and make life altering decisions. Doc Holliday, dentist, gambler and lawman will face these challenges with typical Holliday aplomb. It will be the obstacles he faces in his personal life that will try his very soul. The gunfight near the O.K. Co... more info>>