By Scott Dyke History has granted Wyatt Earp a mantle of notoriety that places him among the pantheon of the West’s greatest lawmen. Of course, history is often skewed. Even Wyatt did not identify himself as a peace officer by trade. Rather, he would have appreciated being known as aContinue Reading
Author Cynthia Hayostek joins Franzi to talk about her new book, “CONNECTIONS: The Life and Times of B. A. Packard in 1880s Tombstone and on the Arizona Sonora Borderlands.” Packard was a powerful man in Cochise County during his time.
Author J.D. March phones in from Tombstone and the O.K. Corral where she was doing a book signing. March is from England and is a western author. Adventurer and journalist J.D. March has tracked leopards in the Masai Mara, skied competitively, ridden to hounds, paddled dugout canoes on theContinue Reading
Author Carolyn Niethammer joins Franzi to talk about her new book, The Piano Player. It’s a novel about a woman who plays the piano at the Birdcage Theater in Tombstone, set in 1882. Also phoning in is southeast Arizona author Doug Hocking. He calls in from Boot Hill in TombstoneContinue Reading