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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2001

    The Ranger's Youth...

    Bestselling author, Ralph Cotton delivers another fast, paced, action western. A page-turner, that kept pushing me through the night to finish it. A tale of how Samuel Burrack became The Ranger. The story has guest appearances of characters who later show-up in The Ranger¿s life. Don¿t want to say too much and spoil the story for anyone¿ It¿s worth reading¿

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2001

    Masterfully written

    Ralph Cotton, author of 'Riders of Judgement' and 'Hangman¿s Choice', demonstrates his growth and maturity as a craftsman of great western novels with his March 2001 release of 'Blood Rock'. He exposes the emotional undercurrents and motivations of his characters in a way that binds them, one to another, and to the roles they play out. His entertaining blend of the philosophical with action sequences that are plausible and not over stated testifies to his insight into the humanity of his characters and his mastery of authentic western drama. The unique and spontaneous dialog that Mr. Cotton artfully weaves through this exciting and engrossing tale add to it¿s complexity and richness. It stands as additional evidence that he, as an author, has something original, honest and entertaining to offer. I heartily recommend 'Blood Rock' and other titles by this author for the discriminating reader of western fiction.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2001

    The way it was with wild murdering outlaws and law men every bit as tough.

    I have read many of Mr. Cotton's novels and always do enjoy them. This one is however even better than most of his others. Any body who wants to see how the ranger started, has to read this one. The Jr. Lake gang is the worst, rottenst, most realistic gang of outlaws ever invented. Mr. Cotton puts the reader right in the middle of them. On the rangers side though is Fast Larry Shaw who was with him in Misery Express, and an Indian named Cherokee Cousin who are two of the best western charicters to come along in a long time. You wonder if this young law man even has a chance but he soon gets as mean and hardened as the rest after the Lake gang gets through with him. This might be the best one yet.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2001

    FAST PACED ACTION, EXCITEMENT AND GUNSMOKE

    Samuel Burrack was just trying to make an honest living being a hide hunter. Then his partner is murdered by ruthless outlaws Junior Lake, Morris Braydon and Sherman Ellworth. Not long after Samuels partner is buried, in to his camp rides Ranger Clyde 'Outrider' Sazes. Sam Burrack's life will never be the same again as he and Outrider Sazes begin trailing Junior Lake. In BLOOD ROCK, Cotton takes us back to before Sam Burrack was a Ranger and we learn how and why he decided to become a Ranger. Ralph Cotton makes the west come so alive you can almost smell the sweat of men, horses, dust in the air and gunsmoke. Fast paced, believeability and excitement have become the trademark of a Ralph Cotton western and BLOOD ROCK is his best to date. Thank You Ralph for helping keep the old west alive.

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