Years of research went into the writing of the western novel Sulfur River by Art Anthony of Tuttle, Oklahoma. The author followed the path actual Civil War soldiers had taken in the humid terrain of northeast Louisiana. Every page breaths with characters and dialogue rich in a sense of realism as a story is spun out of challenge, turmoil, and growth. As the Civil War comes to an end, a desperate Confederate army drafts a young 15 year old and the boy suddenly finds himself in the middle of the Red River Campaign. The boy has a head for business and sees potentials all around which could set him and his friend, Darrell, up for life. Yet, they are not the only ones keeping an eye open and in the chaos of war there are those ready to take opportunity and advantage. The two young men find strange but natural allies in their struggle to survive among neighboring farmers, escaped slaves, Indians and even Union soldiers. A thrilling and satisfying journey awaits for those who dare the Suphur River (The book is available in both print and audio versions from Tate and on Amazon. For book talks, book signings or appearances, contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 405-326-8077).