An American original, the great Johnny D. Boggs weaves a Texas-sized tale of an 1880s badlands--under the grasp of a lawman gone rogue. . . In For Justice In For The Kill Between the Pecos River and Rio Grande a vast, harsh land was ruled by Texas Rangers Captain Hector Savage. Savage's motive wasn't duty, it was money; he's turned this desolate place into a bloodied, terrorized kingdom. Now, a protAcgAc of Savage, Sergeant Dave Chance, has come with a prisoner--a big-talking murderer in his own right--shackled at his side. A decent, honest Ranger, Chance cannot stand idly by while Savage runs roughshod over the territory. Now, to save a traumatized people, he must turn his prisoner loose and give him a gun. Only their combined firepower can penetrate Savage's fortress and kill him. That is, if they don't kill each other first. . . qJohnny Boggs has produced another instant page-turner. . .don't put down the book until you finish it.q --Tony Hillerman on Killstraight qJohnny D. Boggs tells a crisply powerful story that rings true more than two centuries after the bloody business was done.q --The Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier on The Despoilers qBoggs is unparalleled in evoking the gritty reality of the Old West.q --The ShootistHe put his hand on the corpsea#39;s head, turnedit slightly. aSkulla#39;s smashed. Thata#39;s probably what killed him. But Savage slit histhroat just tobe sure.a aWhya#39;d he dothe . . .rest?a Chance rose. aHe didna#39;t. Thata#39;s the handiworkof someof Lo Grandea#39;sanbsp;...
|Title||:||West Texas Kill|
|Author||:||Johnny D. Boggs|
|Publisher||:||Pinnacle Books - 2011-04-01|