Because when both he and his pursuer tangle with a vicious band of outlaws, they're both caught on the same bloody trail.
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Reviews Terms and Conditions: Writing and submitting a Review: Your review must be in your own words, and no more than 60 words - be concise! You might also like The book is written well, making for a very enjoyable read.
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The author uses the technique of switching from one set of characters to another effectively, giving the reader a number of different threads to follow, that, of course, all come together eventually. Throughout the book the action and tough talk is neatly balanced by many humorous moments, be they through words or incident.
The story is filled with memorable characters, such as Lord Denbigh, hired assassin Meacham, and the small killer Butrum, all these, and others, proving to be challenging adversaries for Matt Jensen. The final shootout is both tense and surprising, bringing everything to a very satisfying conclusion.
Reading this makes me really wish I had managed to find the time to read the other four books. Posted by Steve M at Labels: J. No comments:. Newer Post Older Post Home.
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