Arthur E. (Ted) Knuckey

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Arthur E. (Ted) Knuckey was a Hospital Corpsman in the United States Navy.  Discharged in 1951, he returned to his life as a professional rodeo cowboy.  In 1954, he joined the San Bernardino Police Department (California), retired 22 years later at the rank of lieutenant.  A law school graduate, he was ultimately appointed as a Superior Court Commissioner in 1988 and retired in 1999.  He is the author of Me and Other Great Hunters: A Humorous Look at True Events in the Sport of Hunting; Recollections of a Rodeo Cowboy: We May Not Have Been; and, The Odor of Death.


According to the book description of The Odor of Death, “With its cast full of brawny, bright, and beautiful characters, this book is a thrill a minute! The Odor of Death is a must for anyone who loves a modern adventure. The author has crafted a compelling and thoroughly entertaining story that includes wonderfully accurate depictions of cowboys, cops, and civilians.”

Me & Other Great Hunters
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Recollections of a Rodeo Cowboy: We May Not Have Been
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The Odor of Death
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