The story Teller, T.H. Bear is a man born during The Big War to a emigrant who migrated south from Grayson County Kentucky to the east coast where he met a forth generation Florida woman and married. A single son was born who grew up along Florida 's east coast listing to tales spewed forth by his Grandmother of her Florida Indian blood and the days of Reconstruction.
He attended college in middle Tennessee with a major in Public Speaking and a minor in Bible, and later because the draw to experience the west was as strong on him as it was to those who made the same journey a century before, he lived in both Montana and Wyoming.
As a profession he spent twenty seven years wearing a badge and toting a pistol on his hip. He added flying to his hobbies of shooting and hunting and was a pilot for law enforcement agencies in both Florida and Wyoming.
He began his first novel "Man "Man of the Tide" in 1972 and and it is still a work in in progress having over three three thousand pages already already written, a saga covering the seed of a shipwrecked sailor from 1678 for the next three hundred years.
To this date he has completed twelve novels both western and mystery.
His first published novel "The Owl Hoot Trail Book One, Gold in the Red Desert " became available in 2006 and is the first of a trilogy of a man and his family from the years of the War Between the States through the 1880's. Books Two and Three, “The Withlacoochee Renegades” and “The Long Trail”, will be out soon.