Albert Leroy Bray, author of The Cowboy, The Bexar, and The Bible, was born in a Western Saddle in 1940 and raised in the saddle in the shadows of the Santa Lucia Mountains of California. He rode with a Cowboy crew which included two Native Americans, until Uncle Sam said, “I want you”! Greatly influenced by his World War 11 Navy uncles, he joined the Navy Reserve, and was deployed on the USS Bexar APA-237 after boot Camp in San Diego. Albert explores how God was using his family, mother, father and twin brother Alvin, leading him and preparing him to make the greatest decision of his life: to follow Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. The coming two books will cover the before and after of this story of God and the cold war, making it a potential award-winning trilogy, that you will not want to miss.