Money Land: A James Pruett Mystery (Volume Two) [NOOK Book]

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Money Land is the sequel to the bestselling and riveting, Blood Land, that introduced the Sheriff James Pruett Mystery/Thriller series.

When a small plane bound for the Canadian border carrying money for the Sustantivo Cartel smashes into the glacial Wind River Mountains, the event brings a heartless evil presence to one of the more remote places on earth.
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Money Land: A James Pruett Mystery (Volume Two)

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Overview

Money Land is the sequel to the bestselling and riveting, Blood Land, that introduced the Sheriff James Pruett Mystery/Thriller series.

When a small plane bound for the Canadian border carrying money for the Sustantivo Cartel smashes into the glacial Wind River Mountains, the event brings a heartless evil presence to one of the more remote places on earth.
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Editorial Reviews

Amazon - Jo VonBargen
MONEY LAND is the sequel to the bestselling and riveting BLOOD LAND that introduced the Sheriff James Pruett Mystery/Thriller series. Big crime has come literally crashing down on the small town of Wind River, Wyoming.

Once again in the sparse, gritty, starkly poetic styling of James Lee Burke, Tony Hillerman, and John D. MacDonald, R.S. Guthrie brings you his classic hero, at odds against the drug cartel, his own friends and citizens, and federal agencies...
Amazon - Caleb Pirtle
Okay. So what do you want in a great book. Do you want an unforgettable character? R. S. Guthrie certainly produces one in Money Land. His name is James Pruett...The Sheriff just may be one of the most fascinating characters step out in literature since Robert Parker's Spenser and James Lee Burke's Dave Robicheaux. Break the law, and he'll take you in. Threaten his town or his family, and you're a dead man walking.I've been around a long time. I've read a lot of great books. This is one of them.
Amazon - Christine Nolfi
Fasten your seatbelts, children--from the first, startling page MONEYLAND propels the reader on a suspense thrill ride filled with brutal twists and stunning turns. This second gem in the Sheriff James Pruett series will have you rooting for the good guys as they lock and load, and take on the most vicious drug lord imaginable.

With hauntingly beautiful prose, Guthrie propels the reader across an unforgiving Wyoming after the Sustantivo Cartel's small plane crashes...
Amazon - Sevastian Winters
R.S. Guthrie is engaging from the word go. If you're not reading his stuff, you're missing out. Buy it. Read it. Devour it, buy another, another and another. Guthrie is a storyteller's storyteller. Another one out of the park!
Amazon - Scott Bury
Guthrie knows how to create deep, realistic characters that have many sides to them. There are aspects of his heroes that enrage me, and sides to the villains that could make me cry. Even the tertiary characters, like the dirtbags who mostly annoy and distract the Sheriff, have nuances that I admire. Creating a novel filled with complex characters takes a writer of skill and subtlety.

5 stars.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044480667
  • Publisher: R.S. Guthrie
  • Publication date: 4/16/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 44,023
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

R.S. Guthrie lives in gorgeous Colorado with his wonderful wife, Amy, and a collection of working dogs who have never been expected to work: Elsa (2 year-old Australian Shepherd); Bandit (1.5 year-old Australian Shepherd); Chi-Chi (1 year-old Chihuahua). Guthrie has been an avid reader of all fiction and non-fiction for most of his life.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2014

    Madi

    Walks in

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2013

    Must read

    Both Pruett books are terrific. Can't wait for the next one.

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  • Posted April 24, 2013

    R.S. Guthrie Redefines the Term "Didn't See That Coming&quo

    R.S. Guthrie Redefines the Term "Didn't See That Coming": I began reading Money Land expecting the same gritty, hard action and descriptive writing as I found in Blood Land, the first volume in the Pruett Series. Money Land has gone there and beyond. R.S. Guthrie has brought in more characters, given more depth to the ones already existing and has added more history to the fictional town of Wind River, Wyoming. Money Land delivers up mystery, romance, and drama with so many twists and turns that it should come with a warning: "Reduce Speed, Dangerous Curve Up Ahead". It opens with a dramatic scene and doesn't stop there. If you want to sit on the edge of your seat, if you want to laugh, to cry, to wonder "What would I have done", read Money Land. You've read other reviews where the commenter says you peel away the layers as you go in the story. R.S. Guthrie does the opposite. He keeps adding them on until the climactic ending where all is brought to a stunning conclusion. R.S. Guthrie's books, all of them, are keepers. Once you read them, you will want to read them again, and again, and with reach read you'll find a different nuance to the story. That's the mark of a great storyteller; that's the mark of a master wordsmith.

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