An imposing figure, always riding on a large white stallion, Reeves began to earn a reputation for his courage and success at bringing in or killing many desperadoes of the territory. Always wearing a large hat, Reeves was usually a spiffy dresser, with his boots polished to a gleaming shine. He was known for his politeness and courteous manner. However, when the purpose served him, he was a master of disguises and often utilized aliases. Sometimes appearing as a cowboy, farmer, gunslinger, or outlaw, himself, he always wore two Colt pistols, butt forward for a fast draw. Ambidextrous, he rarely missed his mark.
Now collected here will be the fictionalized adventures of U.S Deputy Marshall Bass Reeves. Each month a new adventure will be posted. The stories will be on the website Booktrack is the creator of the e-reader technology that incorporates multimedia such as music, sound effects, and ambient sound.