Comanche Gold

Comanche Gold

by Richard Dawes
Comanche Gold

Comanche Gold

by Richard Dawes

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Overview

The Tucson Kid is called to the west Texas town of Howling Wolf by the Comanche chief, Soaring Eagle. Gold has been found on the Comanche reservation and the major banker in Howling Wolf, Charles Durant, is trying to steal the gold from the Indians. Four Comanche have already been murdered, but white man's law doesn't work for the Indians. Soaring Eagle asks Tucson to intercede for them, and he agrees to see what he can do.

While in Howling Wolf, Tucson finds romance with Catherine Murry, the pretty owner of the boarding house where he is staying.

As Tucson delves deeper into the case, he has to face the killers of the town gambler, Prince; the crew of gunmen of the rancher Ed Thompson; and finally engage in a death duel with Charles Durant himself. The book is fast paced with non-stop action as the Tucson Kid fights to protect the Comanche Gold.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150587656
Publisher: Melange Books, LLC
Publication date: 11/21/2014
Series: A Tucson Kid Western , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 142
File size: 910 KB

About the Author

Richard Dawes was born and raised in California and now resides in a small town in Texas. After a tour of duty in the Marine Corps, he spent fifteen years in management in the Moving and Storage, Computer and Credit Union industries. He began writing short stories as a boy, and has written several historical novels. A long time student of Native American traditions, he includes positive references to those traditions throughout the Tucson Kid series. Other sub-themes explored in the series are authentic masculinity, relationships and power� what are they and how do they manifest.

Other books by the author at Melange

Storm Rider, a Tucson Kid Western
Death Song, a Tucson Kid Western
Blood Moon, a Tucson Kid Western
Gunman, a Tucson Kid Western
Lone Horseman, a Tucson Kid Western
Comanche Gold, a Tucson Kid Western
Chinatown, a Tucson Kid Western
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