Dust of the Damned

Dust of the Damned

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by Peter Brandvold
     
 

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The Hell's Angels, a gang of werewolves, have escaped a federal penitentiary. Recruited out of Eastern Europe by Abraham Lincoln to end the Civil War, they never returned home. Instead they headed west. Armed with an arsenal of weapons, the deadliest being US marshal Aubrey Coffin, notorious ghoul-hunter Uriah Zane must stop the hordes of shape-shifting creatures…  See more details below

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The Hell's Angels, a gang of werewolves, have escaped a federal penitentiary. Recruited out of Eastern Europe by Abraham Lincoln to end the Civil War, they never returned home. Instead they headed west. Armed with an arsenal of weapons, the deadliest being US marshal Aubrey Coffin, notorious ghoul-hunter Uriah Zane must stop the hordes of shape-shifting creatures pushing west, seeking everlasting life and final dominion over the earth.

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Publishers Weekly
Brandvold (Bullets over Bedlam) imagines an alternate America where Abraham Lincoln brought powerful werewolves and vampires from Europe in order to win the Civil War. Now, with the Union saved, these unholy creatures have begun to run rampant on the frontier. The lead shape-changer, Charlie Hondo, has been sprung from prison and is allied with a dragon-riding witch in his attempt to take over the west’s open spaces. Only bounty hunter Uriah Zane and deputy marshal Angel Coffin dare try to stop him. The battles between Zane and Coffin’s forces and the creatures are suitably bloody, even if the overall outcome for any given battle is obvious. The American West is more of a backdrop than a setting, and while the affected dialogue might pass for witty banter in a spaghetti Western, it falls flat on the page. (Jan.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425245170
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/03/2012
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 8.52(h) x 0.94(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Western novelist Peter Brandvold has penned over 70 fast-action westerns under his own name and his penname, Frank Leslie. He is the author of the ever-popular .45-Caliber books featuring Cuno Massey as well as the Lou Prophet and Yakima Henry novels. Recently, he started the new, highly popular Revenger series featuring Mike Sartain. The Ben Stillman books are a long-running series with previous volumes available as ebooks. Recently, Brandvold published two horror westerns--Canyon of a Thousand Eyes and Dust of the Damned. Head honcho at "Mean Pete Publishing," publisher of lightning-fast western ebooks, he lives in western Minnesota

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