What People Are Saying About Untarnished Reputation


Vancouver, BC

An Engrossing Tale

Untarnished Reputation is an engrossing tale written in the style of Theodore Roosevelt's adventure journal, Hunting Trips of a Ranchman. Mr. Row has wedded several theories having to do with the now-infamous Hunters Hot Springs group photograph. He has spun them nicely into an intriguing fictional interpretation of how and why a soon-to-be president Roosevelt in 1901 might have sought the secret service of Bat Masterson to cover up a fifteen-year-old scandal. Butch Cassidy, Sundance and Etta, Virgil and Wyatt Earp, and other well-known lawmen and outlaws too numerous to mention figure prominently in this Old West story of honor and reputation. A rollicking good yarn follows two timelines, one told from the point of view of a young Teddy Roosevelt. Very entertaining, and certainly it's a must-read for TR fans, or for anyone who has ever seen a copy of the Hunters Hot Springs group photo!