Newton Earp and Bily the Kid books
Sat Jul 30, 11:55

The new Earp book, "Newton Jasper Earp, Mystery Brother of the Famous 'Fighting Earps'" will be available via ABE books, Bookfinder.com, and other sites starting tomorrow. Or, you can e-mail me if you want a specially signed/inscribed one. $24.95 + $4.00 s/h.

The new Billy the Kid book, "Chasing Billy the Kid: The Untold Story of Frank Stewart and the Manhunt for William H. Bonney" was delayed at the book bindery due to a malfunction with the binding equipment. It will be released for sale about August 16th via the same outlets as above. Both books will be on Amazon at that time, too. Specially signed/inscribed ones may be ordered from me via e-mail. $79.95 + $6.00 s/h. It is loaded with over 120 pictures and documents, many never before published, 424 pp., and 4 1/2 pounds on glossy paper. Also 100 limited edition copies, in slipcase at $300.00 each, plus $6.00 s/h.

Contact me with any questions.

    • Newton Earp bookAzGal, Sun Jul 31 9:45
      Mr.Roy B.Young, I just realized that your comment was right there to answer my question about the new book about Newton Earp...Duh ... I am supposing there was quite a bit of searching for information... more
      • Newton EarpGail Allan, Mon Aug 01 6:16
        Jane, Just an FYI before you get Roy's book. Newton was actually the oldest of Nicholas P. Earp's children. Nick was married 1st to Abigail Storm. Newton was their 1st child. They had another child... more
        • Newton EarpAzGal, Mon Aug 01 12:56
          Hi Gail, Thank you so much for telling me all of that information about Newton Earp...I don’t have much knowledge of the Earps, and I’m out in Phoenix, so for years I made plans to do research and never... more
          • EarpsGail Allan, Mon Aug 01 13:21
            Hi Jane, I'm here in NY so you have a much better chance of research than I do. I suggest you check out the U of Az in both Phoenix, and Tucson, also AHS in Tucson. The Tombstone court house is supposed... more
        • NewtonRoy B Young, Mon Aug 01 7:08
          Actually, Gail, Newton didn't have "lots" of kids. Four lived to adulthood: Effie May and Alice May, were the two girls and Wyatt Clyde and Virgil Edwin were the two boys. Each of these are covered... more
          • NewtonGail Allan, Mon Aug 01 8:13
            Roy, Thank you for that quick bit of info on Newton. I'm looking forward to learning more once your book arrives. I took the "lots of kids" from the family photo with wife and kids. Looked like a lot... more
            • Thank youRoy B Young, Mon Aug 01 8:53
              Gail, thanks for the e-mails. I love talking about ole Newton. The two brothers tried to get together that last year of their lives. Wyatt even sent a newspaper reporter to interview Newton shortly... more
              • The thanks are yoursGail Allan, Mon Aug 01 9:48
                Roy. So looking foward to the Newton book. I love the stories about the whole family, even the "quiet" times, which IMO tell far more about them than the shoot em ups. Thanks again, Gail