Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Review of A Storm in Montana by Will DuRey

A Storm in Montana is Will DuRey’s fifth Black Horse Western but only the second I’ve read, the previous one being In the High Bitterroots, and like that book I found this to be an equally entertaining read...

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Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Review of The Comanche Fights Again

This is the second book about Broke and D.M. Harrison includes enough background in this to fill in the backstory of not just Broke but the other characters that return too, and of the relationships that they have with other, such as the now deadly animosities directed at Broke by his Comanche brothers, Black Horse and Wolf Slayer...

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Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Review of The Preacher's Legacy by Walter Bryant

Tom Deegan's fight for survival begins when he rescues a child from a burning stagecoach, held up by the murdering Preacher and his gang. The Preacher dies and Tom takes the loot and hides it. Years later three killers are looking for Tom, and the money. But protecting himself, and his adopted son Billy, is only made more difficult by the local rancher, whose hired guns want Tom dead. By using his fighting skills can he protect them both? And can he remain silent about the whereabouts of the cash?

Intellligent, adult western dealing with serious themes - hugely enjoyable and a great advert for the genre.

This review appeared in Books Monthly