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Saturday, 30 January 2010

MONTANA HIT BY CHARLES HAYES westrern fiction review


MONTANA HIT as by Charles Langley Hayes
A Black Horse Western from Hale, 1993

Unknown to each other two hardcases are heading into Judgement Creek. One on the run and in need of money, the other after vengeance. Here their trails will cross in a twisting drama of love, hate, double-cross, cowardice and murder. At the centre of it all is the long-standing, respected sheriff - a lawman who is as yet untested.

A story that begins almost gently as we are introduced to the main players of this tale. The author takes care with his characterizations, their backgrounds, giving the reader enough to believe they are the people they’re painted to be, yet also gives a few little hints that some, or all, may not be quite who they seem.
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