This fetching yarn of romance and derring-do contains non-stop action and wonderful characters like the mysterious Nez Perce Chief Whitewater, the evil Bailey Harbor, and the mountain man Pick Boone. Nofziger's large and colorful cast and exquisite storytelling bring to life the old west with all the color and verve commanded by his friend, the late Louis L'Amour, who also makes a cameo appearance.
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- Amazon Customer
to childish for an adult
the story line is good enough but kept thinking I was back at school the narration is poor and sounds to simple to hold ones attention not one to keep in my library
- Mary Jo
I really enjoyed this book especially since I live in Montana. The odd thing is the book starts off talking about Cut Bank Montana but soon it switches to calling this town Cut Back.
The refrences to Louis L'Amour's Sackett are fun. The action is fast paced.
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- Donald Jones
Fun story even though it is a little predictable.
Readers of this genre will enjoy the references to other western sagas. Hope to see more of this author and character.