Author Randell Whaley’s new book “From the Back of a Horse” is the compelling tale of a man who longed to work as a cowboy after serving in the Confederate Army

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Recent release “From the Back of a Horse” from Page Publishing author Randell Whaley is a gripping tale of an army man turned cowboy. Jim Bennett yearns for the life of a wandering cowboy, fighting and driving cattle from the back of a horse.

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Randell Whaley, a Veteran Navy Pilot and cattle rancher who grew up in the Great Plains, has completed his new book “From the Back of a Horse”: a gripping tale of an army man turned cowboy.

When Jim Bennett mustered out of the Confederate Army, he longed for the life of a cowboy. Bennett ventured from his hometown in South Carolina, down to Texas where he becomes a cowboy. After several fights with Indians, Bennett gains a reputation for himself. Finding his sweetheart, Bennett struggles to find a balance between his dream job that keeps him away and his dream girl.

Published by Page Publishing, Randell Whaley’s compelling tale is a new take on an old western complete with horse fights, cattle drives, and a bit of love.

Readers who wish to experience this intriguing work can purchase “From the Back of a Horse” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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