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The world was spinning faster than eyes could follow. What seemed like hours later, I was finally standing there clinging to the corral Page xvi fence, when one of the cowboys presented me with Ole P. Nasty's reins. I took them like I'd been handed a blazing cow turd. I knew I was doomed when Ed said flatly, "The horses turned back. Go get 'em. " Somehow, I remounted, gathered the horses again, then rode twenty miles that day through rocks and brush, helping move cattle from a winter pasture to a summer one.
There were three Balzacs in the bunch. I started reading them and couldn't quit. I was mighty impressed that anybody could take these varied characters and make me know them, see them, feel their loves and hatred, their fears, and occasional gallantries. It was a magic, different world the little potbellied Frenchman gave me here in this enchanted land of New Mexico. I could see the colors and smell the perfume. Balzac's largesse carried over to Andrews. Income from new oil made this school one of the richest in Texas.
It has been a long, bone-breaking, hide-splitting, joyous journey through the contemporary West for me. I've written it down, as I lived it, felt it, and loved it, the best I could. There are boozers and bankers, hookers and heiresses, merchants, artists, and practicers of many other professions throughout this trilogy. I genuinely hope the reader enjoys the trips half as much as I have. Max Evans Albuquerque, New Mexico Page xxvii About the Illustrator Grem Lee (Oliver Lee IV) has been a cowboy as well as a pencil artist all of his life.