What People Are Saying About Untarnished Reputation

Jason

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!