Mo Griffin had a career in the financial service industry for over fifty years prior to his retirement. During that time, he authored one novel. This is his third novel, and the second historical western set in the post-Civil War years. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri. Mo and his wife have been married over fifty-five years and live in Prairie Village, Kansas.
The Last Tallgrass Ranger
Ty McCord has spent the last eleven years trying to put his past as a Texas Ranger behind him. After surviving a deadly confrontation with military-style horse thieves, he’s built a peaceful existence for himself in the waves of Kansas tallgrass. But when his ranch hand is murdered and Tanglewood’s bank is robbed, Ty is drawn into yet another manhunt — and this time, his prey wears a badge.
Enlisting the help of Pinkerton detective Amanda Warne, Ty begins to follow a long and twisted bloody trail of the imposter lawman and the bank’s stolen money. The hunt ends in a most unlikely location.