Caught in the Crosshairs: A True Eastern Oregon Mystery

Caught in the Crosshairs: A True Eastern Oregon Mystery Rick Steber
  • Title: Caught in the Crosshairs: A True Eastern Oregon Mystery
  • Author: Rick Steber
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  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • Caught in the Crosshairs: A True Eastern Oregon Mystery Rick Steber Caught in the Crosshairs A True Eastern Oregon Mystery On the last day of summer in while cowboy Phil Brooks was riding in the hills of Eastern Oregon he was struck through the heart by a bullet fired from a high powered rifle Although an intensive
    On the last day of summer in 1994, while cowboy Phil Brooks was riding in the hills of Eastern Oregon, he was struck through the heart by a bullet fired from a high powered rifle Although an intensive police investigation was launched, nobody has ever stood trial for that murder Some locals speculate a woman was involved, or the young cowboy happened upon a drug drop, whOn the last day of summer in 1994, while cowboy Phil Brooks was riding in the hills of Eastern Oregon, he was struck through the heart by a bullet fired from a high powered rifle Although an intensive police investigation was launched, nobody has ever stood trial for that murder Some locals speculate a woman was involved, or the young cowboy happened upon a drug drop, while others are convinced Phil s death had something to do with the trophy bull elk that inhabit the sprawling Fopiano Ranch where his body was found by Native American trackers Written by Eastern Oregon author Rick Steber, Caught in the Crosshairs is a story full of intrigue, deception and of justice gone terribly wrong.
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    About Rick Steber


    1. Rick Steber, the author of than 30 books with sales of than a million copies, has received national acclaim for his writing His numerous awards include the Western Writers of America Spur Award for Best Western Novel, Western Heritage Award, Benjamin Franklin Award, Mid America Publishers Award, Oregon Library Association Award, Oregon Literary Arts Award, Independent Publishers Book Award, Indies Award for Excellence, and the USA Best Book Award Three of his books have been optioned to movie production companies.In addition to his writing, Rick is an engaging Western personality and has the unique ability to make his characters come alive as he tells a story He has spoken at national and international conferences and visits schools where he talks to students about the importance of education, developing reading and writing skills, and impressing upon them the value of saving our history for future generations.Rick has two sons, Seneca and Dusty, and lives near Prineville, Oregon He writes in a cabin in the timbered foothills of the Ochoco Mountains.


    342 Comments


    1. Good job Rick Steber.

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    2. Since this 1994 murder happened so close to home before we lived here , I was curious to read this book There sure is a lot of illegal activities going on throughout the book, and it makes most everyone involved look like poaching red necks, especially the hunting guides The person that Rick Steber suspects still lives in Redmond, OR Too bad the murder has not been solved.

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    3. My wife grew up in Central Oregon and insisted that I read this book that her grandmother had given her I wasn t sure if I wanted to read it but she insisted It did not take me long before I did not want to put the book down Before I finished the second chapter I wanted to knock some sense into those who kept justice from happening.

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    4. I d heard of this eastern OR unsolved murder, the book gave the info about why it was never solved and who was considered at one point or another, a suspect Not a shining example of detective work for sure.

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    5. Knowing it s based on a true story seems to automatically make it interesting And it being so close to home makes it even so.

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    6. Not bad Well written, though at times somewhat biased by the author as to how law enforcement was viewed Otherwise, an interesting read.

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