Saturday, 25 August 2012
Review of Blood on the Land by Paul Bedford
This first Black Horse Western from Paul Bedford is unusual in both the time period the story is set in and the fact that the story is told in the first person. The book is also much longer than the majority of BHW due to more words per line and more lines per page. Chapters also begin a few lines after the previous one ends rather than starting on a new page.
Paul Bedford's prose is very readable and his story is action-packed, containing many fights with the Comanche...
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