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Historian Garner A. Palenske explores the adventures of the post-Tombstone Wyatt Earp, a manhaunted by his violent past and who focuses on making money, not law enforcement. Four yearsafter the killings in Arizona, Earp and his wife move to San Diego, California, a wide-open townwith unlimited opportunities. The Earps were not alone; many of the sporting crowd fromTombstone also traveled to San Diego to continue their boomtown ways. Wyatt and his Tombstoneallies controlled the gambling operations in San Diego through alliances with high-ranking cityofficials.In
Wyatt Earp in San Diego: Life After Tombstone
, Palenske tells the real story of Wyatt Earp’s time in San Diego
--a story never told before. http://www.sunbeltbook.com/BookDetails.asp?id=384
A chance discovery in 1985 leads historical researcher Ron Pastore on an adventure that revealsstartling new evidence that shatters history's version of the life and death of the world famous outlawJesse James.Ron's tireless research and discoveries culminate with a 21st century treasure hunt for the missingmillions in gold he robbed and buried...gold still believed to be hidden to this day!
This book was the basis of a highly rated History Channel series: “Jesse James’ Hidden Treasure”.
http://www.sunbeltbook.com/BookDetails.asp?id=268 In this valuable book, professional money manager Scott G. Kyle explains in entertaining andunderstandable terms how to tap into the ultimate strength of compounding to improve your stock market returns. Kyle describes how to construct a portfolio, analyze companies, and utilize options -all with the goal of giving you the tools to become a great trader and investor.http://www.sunbeltbook.com/BookDetails.asp?id=184 The subtitle says it all about the harsh, raw beauty of a little-known but intriguing corner of the vastCalifornia desert. Its beckoning red and purple landscapes are bounded on the east by "Old Red," theColorado River, and on the west by the Algodones sand dunes, one of the largest sand dunecomplexes in North America. A drive of less than three easy hours on I-8 from San Diego brings theexplorer to the ancient portals of the southeastern Chocolate Mountains and the Cargo MuchachoMountains, guarded by the Quechan People for thousands of years and now accessible via graded dirtroads, 4WD trails, and just enough asphalt to appeal to less adventurous souls.http://www.sunbeltbook.com/BookDetails.asp?id=449