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About the book:
What some reviewers have to say about Van Holt’s writing:
“Step aside Louis L’Amour, another great Western writer is here…” –Heather
“I had a feeling that Van Holt…might actually be the successor to Zane Gray, a master Western storysmith, whose novels set the style of a generation.” –Stern0
“Van Holt is King of the Spaghetti Western…” –Rarebird1
Jed Baker and Bill Hicken rode with Quantrill in the early days of the Civil War. After the massacre at Lawrence, Kansas, Bill Hicken switched sides and became a Union spy. During that time he probably met a beautiful young southern girl who later changed her name. By the early 1870s, Bill Hicken was a legendary gunfighter. Jed Baker didn’t expect to run into him in the Apache-haunted desert wasteland of the Southwest, near the scene of too many murders and attempted murders. If Hicken wasn’t the killer, who was?
Warning: Reading a Van Holt western may make you want to get on a horse and hunt some bad guys down in the Old West. Of course, the easiest and most enjoyable way to do it is vicariously—by reading another Van Holt western.
Van Holt writes westerns the way they were meant to be written.
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