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Williamson, Ermal Walden

Overview
Works: 13 works in 34 publications in 1 language and 206 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  History 
Roles: Author
Classifications: PS3623.I5672, 813.6
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Publications about Ermal Walden Williamson
Publications by Ermal Walden Williamson
Most widely held works by Ermal Walden Williamson
Call of the Brazos by Ermal Walden Williamson( file )
5 editions published between 2007 and 2008 in English and held by 42 libraries worldwide
When Matt Jorgensen met plantation owner, Ginny McBride, he knew that she would be the love of his life. Together, they would forge a lasting body, but a Yankee musket ball would tear their lives asunder. Matt searches but cannot find Ginny. He joins the confederacy and continues his search for her. Years later, while clinging desperately to life one wintry Montana night, he would once again have to face the demons of his dark past and answer the haunting call of the Brazos. An action-filled adventure that transcends the events of the Civil War, 'Call of the Brazos' will captivate readers with its many surprising twists and turns in the third saga of Matt Jorgensen's adventures, a character from the John Wayne movie, 'The cowboys.'
The man from the Brazos by Ermal Walden Williamson( file )
5 editions published between 2006 and 2008 in English and held by 33 libraries worldwide
When Matt Jorgensen learns that the man who helped him hone his deadly skills with a pistol is gunned down, he vows to bring the killer to justice. On the train to Abilene, Matt relives his early days in the Kansas territory when he found himself embroiled in the rising trumoil of a nation at odds over slavery. Free soilers and slavers fought against each other at the expense of the innocent farmers of the territory. Matt would have to learn to be fast, accurate, and lethal with a gun to survive. Together, Matt and his gunslinging mentor, Rod Best, were able to bring law and order to the Kansas territory. However, all of Matt's skill and daring wouldn't help him with the biggest challenge of his life: learning to live without the woman he loved
The ghost of Ginny McBride by Ermal Walden Williamson( file )
2 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 28 libraries worldwide
"While attempting to join up with her lover as he joins the Confederate calvary, Ginny McBridge is hit by a musketball from a Union rifle. She develops amnesia, losing all memory of who she is and where she is."--Publisher provided summary
We conquer or die by Ermal Walden Williamson( file )
4 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 25 libraries worldwide
When Matt Jorgensen met plantation owner, Ginny McBride, he knew that she would be the love of his life. Together they would forge a lasting bond, but a Yankee musket ball would tear their lives apart. Matt searches but cannot find Ginny. He joins the confederacy and continues his search for her
The last bullet by Ermal Walden Williamson( file )
4 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 18 libraries worldwide
The continuing plight of Matt Jorgensen, on the run from Montana, who found himself deep in the heart of the Texas with friend, Steve Andrews, when the war between the States broke out. The odds were against them in training others to become horse soldiers, especially when the cavalry unit had no horses in which to ride. Nevertheless, Terry's Texas Rangers became the devil's with which no federal arm wanted to tangle. The powerful reason for Matt's heroic exploitations was his relentless search for his sweetheart rumored to have been killed by a federal soldier's musketball. Matt was convinced she was still alive
Across the Brazos by Ermal Walden Williamson( file )
3 editions published between 2006 and 2008 in English and held by 18 libraries worldwide
Matt Anderson was dead, shot down in a bank hold up that shocked the small community of Bozeman, Montana. At least the townsfolk thought he was dead. A case of mistaken identity may have saved Matt's life, but it would have to be a life lived in exile. His adventures took him south where he served in the confederate army. After the Civil War he followed his commanding general to Texas to work as a hired gun. Range wars and cattle drives kept him busy, and home life on the ranch was good. Then, one summer day, three cowboys rode in from Montana to bring him home. Matt's life would change forever as he found himself having to decide between the life and love he found in Texas and his family's ranch in Montana
Call of the Brazos by Ermal Walden Williamson( Book )
2 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 14 libraries worldwide
The ghost of Ginny McBride by Ermal Walden Williamson( Archival Material )
2 editions published between 2012 and 2015 in English and held by 8 libraries worldwide
"While attempting to join up with her lover as he joins the Confederate calvary, Ginny McBridge is hit by a musketball from a Union rifle. She develops amnesia, losing all memory of who she is and where she is."--Publisher provided summary
Beyond the Brazos by Ermal Walden Williamson( file )
2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 8 libraries worldwide
Coming out of amnesia suffered during the Civil War, she recognized who her lover, Matt Jorgensen, was but had no idea how to find him. After having established a new life for herself with a new family, she discovers from her grandmother that she has a supernatural gift and is compelled to leave her comfortable lifestyle to search for Matt. The couple finds each other in the mountainous area of his childhood in Montana, but twenty years have changed their appearances. Although Bether finds him and knows who he is, Matt doesn't know who she is and falls in love with her because she reminds him of his lost Ginny. The conflict is that he has vowed to never love again. When the truth is revealed, other battle threaten to destroy their relationship. Feeling free at last, they travel to the Bar M Ranch in Texas where his one affair during the civil war turns up as a widow and seeks separate him from his love for Ginny. A wedding is planned but is threatened by evil forces that try to take Matt's life. Matt eventually finds that he and Ginny are inseparable in life due to a spiritual experience they share with one another
The last bullet by Ermal Walden Williamson( Book )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
Across the Brazos by Ermal Walden Williamson( Book )
2 editions published between 2006 and 2015 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
When Matt Jorgensen learns that the man who helped him hone his deadly skills with a pistol is gunned down, he vows to bring the killer to justice. On the train to Abilene, Matt relives his early days in the Kansas territory when he found himself embroiled in the rising turmoil of a nation at odds over slavery. Free soilers and slavers fought against each other at the expense of the innocent farmers of the territory. Matt would have to learn to be fast, accurate, and lethal with a gun to survive. Together, Matt and his gunslinging mentor, Rod Best, were able to bring law and order to the Kansas territory. However, all of Matt's skill and daring wouldn't help him with the biggest challenge of his life: learning to live without the woman he loved
We conquer or die by Ermal Walden Williamson( Book )
1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Ginny was dead, killed by a young Federal soldier's musketball that sent a call for revenge to Matt Jorgensen, a cowboy on the run from the law from Montana. However, convinced that his sweetheart was still alive, he was determined to find her. Discovering himself deep in the heart of Texas when the Civil War broke out, Matt enlisted in the Texas 8th Cevalry with his newfound sidekick, Steve Andrews, only to find out that the cavalry had no horses and no authority to fight in the war. This is the story of Terry's Texas Rangers and four officers who led them through victorious battles. Two men, Matt and Steve, who became heroes themselves, whipped the cavalry unit into shape to become the finest cavalry regiment on either side of the war. Matt and Steve's destiny seemed to be to keep the memory of these four brave Sabers alive, and to find Ginny at no cost
The man from the Brazos by Ermal Walden Williamson( Book )
1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
When Matt Jorgensen learns that the man who helped him hone his deadly skills with a pistol is gunned down, he vows to bring the killer to justice. On the train to Abilene, Matt relives his early days in the Kansas territory when he found himself embroiled in the rising turmoil of a nation at odds over slavery. Free soilers and slavers fought against each other at the expense of the innocent farmers of the territory. Matt would have to learn to be fast, accurate, and lethal with a gun to survive. Together, Matt and his gunslinging mentor, Rod Best, were able to bring law and order to the Kansas territory. However, all of Matt's skill and daring wouldn't help him with the biggest challenge of his life: learning to live without the woman he loved. In this second book in Williamson's Brazos series, Matt Jorgensen arrives in Abilene as the man from the Brazos, whose destiny is a showdown with the ghosts of his past and the murderous outlaws of the present."--Cover page 4
 
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