Bob Fussell decided to take a book and some notes written by his grandfather, Joseph B. Fussell, about his life (grandfather's) in the southwest in the late 19th century and early 20th century and turn it into a book titled Unbridled Cowboy, recently published by Truman State University Press.
A runaway at 13-years old, an undercover Texas Ranger several years later and 40-some-odd other occupations in his lifetime, Mr. Joseph B. Fussell must have been a handful.
Bob Fussell shares with me his thoughts about his book and his grandfather.
|Stephanie Barko is a book publicist in Austin, Texas and has arranged a "virtual tour" for Unbridled Cowboy during the month of December. Follow along! Schedule's below:|
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