Book Review: Legendary Lawman. The Story of Quick Draw Jelly Bryce.

Legendary Lawman. The Story of Quick Draw Jelly Bryce is a book that will leave you unsatisfied and wanting for more but unfortunately there isn’t much out there. It is not the fault of author Ron Owens at all but Del Bryce was an intensely private man surrounded by equally private people. Mr. Owens did his best extracting whatever little info there was and even separating fiction from reality and for that alone the book is worth the price of admission. Bryce was without a doubt a great pistoleer and an exceptional Law Man and one feels cheated that most of his life’s history will be lost.

I still recommend the book. Well written and whatever information is available is presented to the reader. One cannot ask for more.

2 Replies to “Book Review: Legendary Lawman. The Story of Quick Draw Jelly Bryce.”

  1. This can’t be right….he’s shooting with only one hand! Anyone who watches cop shows on TV knows you must maintain a two-hand hold on your weapon at all times, running up and down stairs, chasing suspects thru the streets, etc.




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