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Get to know some of the featured characters in the LEGENDS Universe.
 
 

GABBY OAKS

The Sheriff of Sierra West 

(Arrowhead Legends Book 2)

She’s the gun slinging, ATV riding, lasso wielding sheriff of Arrowhead Nation’s rough and tumble state of Sierra West. For Gabby Oaks, being a hard charging law enforcement officer comes with constant threats to her life. None bigger than the threat posed by the notorious desperados that make up the Bad Hombres gang. When Gabby discovers the gang is about to receive a massive amount of illegal drugs, she goes into overdrive to try to stop them in their quest to distribute the drugs throughout Arrowhead. While doing so, Gabby learns she is the target of an aggressive campaign from Arrowhead’s Supreme Leader to remove her as sheriff and toss her into prison. Faced with challenges from all angles, Gabby is thrown into the fight of her life to prevent the country she loves from being overrun with drugs and governed by devious politicians. Will she make it out of this one with her cowboy boots firmly planted on the ground, or will she be pushing up daisies?

 

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GABBY OAKS

A Superhero Series for Middle Grade Kids  

(Arrowhead Legends for Kids - Book 2)

Arrowhead Legends for Kids: A superhero book series for Middle Grade audiences (Ages 8-12) who would rather make the characters and action scenes come alive in your minds than have someone else do it for you on the big screen. This kids edition of Gabby Oaks has all of the Arrowhead Nation action without any of the adult themes.

 

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AXEL HOLT

The Bounty Hunter of Superior North  

(Arrowhead Legends Book 1)

Axel Holt is Arrowhead Nation’s most notorious bounty hunter. The disgraced former sheriff of the nation’s northernmost state, Superior North, he now lives in exile. That is, until his goddaughter finds his secret hideout. The murder of his goddaughter’s father and a threat to Superior North’s governor by a powerful mafia boss propels Axel out from the shadows. Wielding his legendary axe and superhero combat abilities, Axel faces the fight of his life as he fends off the looming threat to his home state and struggles in his new parental role to his goddaughter. Will he be able to win back the respect of the people he once abandoned before he gets himself turned into Chop Suey?

 

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AXEL HOLT

A Superhero Series for Middle Grade Kids  

(Arrowhead Legends for Kids - Book 1)

Introducing Arrowhead Legends for Kids: A superhero book series for Middle Grade audiences (Ages 8-12) who would rather make the characters and action scenes come alive in your minds than have someone else do it for you on the big screen. This kids edition of Axel Holt has all of the Arrowhead Nation action without any of the adult themes.

 

Click here to learn more about Arrowhead Nation.

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A crime thriller series featuring Minnesota Public Radio reporter Cooper Smith.
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BIO

Joe Field is the creator of the LEGENDS Universe and author of Arrowhead Legends, a superhero book series based in the fictional country of Arrowhead Nation. The series features Axel Holt, Gabby Oaks, Roscoe Boone, and Mack Sawyer as they fight for their lives and their country against the notorious Dark Savages. 

Field also has a crime thriller series that features Minnesota Public Radio reporter Cooper Smith as he faces a slew of formidable opponents in Brown Sugar in MinnesotaBlack Gold in North Dakota, and White Lies in Wisconsin.

Field is proud to be a native son of his beloved Minnesota. 

 
 

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