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Posted September 29, 2005
Mick Dixon, a boy on a quest to find his last living relative, is alone and unarmed in the wilds of Central Texas in the 1870s, where stray Comanche and Kiowa warriors are as likely to be a part of his day as treasure hunters seeking the lost San Saba mine. His path crosses that of Syd, a girl who has adventured out into the wilds to seek revenge. Bill Hinton may well be who they both seek, or he may just be one of the scaliest rascals loose in a time of buffalo soldiers, feuds, and constant lawless scrapes of all kind. If you expect westerns to be shoot-'em-ups with men in white hats facing off against men in black hats you are in for a pleasant surprise. Bent Red Moon brings the west of that peppy era to life, and lets it breathe, at a leather-slapping page-turning pace. You won't be able to put this book down.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.