Bill Linderman was one of the great all-around cowboys in rodeo and also was a leader in the Rodeo Cowboys Association. This is the only book to date that helps tell his story. Linderman competed in every event, won world championship and was president of the Rodeo Cowboys Association. On November 14, 1965 he counter signed a check, listing his address as Heaven. Hours later he was killed in a plane crash at the age of 45. A contemporary of Casey Tibbs, Jim Shoulder and other rodeo legends, Linderman left a legacy in professional rodeo that survices today.
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