Gravely wounded, Clint finds his life is in the hands of a band of Indians with little love lost for the white man. It is only his search for justice that allows him to be cared for and accepted as a member of their band. Clint soon falls into a life of rustling cattle to help save the band. After months of helping the band and teaching them the cattle business, his dreams of the past haunt him, and he soon chooses to try and return the life he had planned on living.
While working towards rebuilding his grub stake, he finds himself having to defend an innocent man which, in turn, forces him to live life on the lam. Running for his life, his escape lands Clint in the defense of a small town. If he succeeds in saving the town from the ruthless outlaws who have stolen and murdered their way to control, Clint may find his way back to his dreams of the future.
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An Old Fashion Western
“The Guns of Clint Cain” is the second book of a trilogy. This book starts where the first book ended. The three books could have been one book but were divided into three books, which could also be read as standalones. Sometimes I want something quick and easy to read. This book fulfils that need nicely.
The book is a classic old fashion western. Hanlon is building on the lead characters in this story. The characters are likeable. The pace is fast with lots of action in the last half of the story. I am looking forward to the next book. Glad I found myself a new western author to follow.
The book is two and a half hours. I am starting to get use to the voice of Lawrence D. Palmer. He did a good job reading the book.
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