There’s no taming Billy Blanchard. He’s cut from the same rough cloth as his father, Jacob, the man who built the town of Black Horse Creek from nothing. Jacob takes pride in Billy’s lawless, wild ways. But when the boy returns home with a stolen horse, having just killed a U.S. Marshal, Jacob knows trouble will be coming.
Called in on special assignment, enigmatic former deputy marshal Grayson is asked to find Billy. The marshals would prefer to have him brought in alive. But Grayson knows Billy. He knows his father. And he knows that things don’t always go the way the law would like….
|Publisher:||Penguin Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||4.40(w) x 6.68(h) x 0.82(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
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“The West as it really was—savage, heroic, and unforgettable.”—Ralph Compton
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The way i see it is if they attack us, we fight back. If we raid an evil clan, all the clans, both evil and good will be alerted to our presence, and will be likely to attack. If we simply fight back and drive them off, they will know we can defend ourselves and will be less likely to attack us again, and will, most likely unknowingly prevent future attacks from other clans as well.
Redpaw has joined. He needs a mentor. His mentor shall be Ghostfire! She meows. Welcome Redpaw. Redpaw Redpaw Redpaw!!!
Charles is from the old school , when it comes to telling a story. Like his story's of Indians write more of these. Good job Charles