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Ride for Vengeance

William W. Johnstone í 2 Download

A full scale range war But even worse trouble heads into town when an old foe shows up with hired killers masuerading as dry goods salesmen Throw a Mexican bandido and his army into the fray and Bodine and Two Wolves might have than they can handle The town of Sweet Apple is about to turn real sou. William Johnstone died a few years ago Different authors have been writing new novels with his charcters ever since I don't know them all but I know who's writing the Blood Bond series I've been asked not to reveal the name though

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Apple Texas from disaster Matt and Sam decide to stay and help the new marshal break in his spurs not to mention sueeze in a well deserved vacation with the help of the lovely spirited daughters of two feuding cattlemen uicker than you can say dosy do Matt and Sam find themselves on the verge of. Johnstone does it again Johnstone does it again drawing the reader into the thick of it again Once you've read the first two chapters you won't put it down

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Young Matt Bodine and Sam Two Wolves became blood brothers on the day the rancher's son saved the halfbreed's life forging a bond no one could ever break As years passed a legend grew of the breed and the white man who rode together and pulled iron faster than anyone in the West Having saved Sweet. First one of blood brothers I've read I like their interaction and will read Story was very good


About the Author: William W. Johnstone

The Devil's Kiss and became a full time writer in 1980 He wrote close to two hundred books in numerous genres including suspense and horror His main publication series were Mountain Man The First Mountain Man Ashes and Eagles and his own personal favorite novel was



10 thoughts on “Ride for Vengeance

  1. says:

    I like most of Mr Johnstone's books and this is no exception Matt and Sam are still in Sweet Apple TX helping out the new marshal Seymour Standish There is an ongoing feud between two cousins who started out together had a tiff and split into separate ranches By the end of the book they are amicable again but a lot happens in the meantime such as Mexican bandits kidnapping their daughters and carrying them off to Mexico along with the school teacher and a lady friend of Seymour's uncle Much shooting and general mayhem when the ladies are rescued and MattSam are already thinking of moving on Very entertaining


  2. says:

    First one of blood brothers I've read I like their interaction and will read Story was very good


  3. says:

    Great book with a nice flow to the story line I like mixing in a good western every once in a while and this book didn't disappoint I would definitely recommend it


  4. says:

    Johnstone does it again Johnstone does it again drawing the reader into the thick of it again Once you've read the first two chapters you won't put it down


  5. says:

    Tell the truth Another great story with Matt and Sam They came through once again and brought two big families back together again Also gave courage to others


  6. says:

    Another good book by William W Johnston Another great series


  7. says:

    Another good western read Didn’t care much about the character of Seymour Now Sam could speak and understand Spanish again In saying all of this a good western read Typical western


  8. says:

    This probably was the correction for the error of 100 pages missing from Book 11 in the series At least Matt Bodine and Sam Two Wolves aren't lost in this one playing second fiddle like in the last book If you never read a book written by the late William W Johnstone you'll like and if you've read his work you'll be disappointed Just feel that it would have been a better story to have Hector double cross Alcazarrio due to Marshall Standish's standing up for him along with Matt and Sam ready to jump in if needed After the gunfighter Cole Halliday shot up Hector's Sombrero Letting them know Alcazarrio's plan so when the Mexican bandito does show up in Sweet Apple with his army Matt Sam Sey along with people from the town then the Colton and Paxton ranches wipe them out and end the book 75 to 100 pages sooner and avoid the Ghost Writer rushing to the last page to end the store Making it an unrealistic and unbelievable gunfight in Mexico Just how many times can Matt and Sam be creased by bullets? Feel bullets going by their heads or the heat from them? Or have bullet holes in shirt sleeves or fringes shot of jackets Without hitting them? Typical of the Johnstone estate to just over repeat the same shit over and over and torment the reader with the repetitiveness of it At least it's the not Mama said line they use in the Cotton Picken's series but what do you expect from an estate that thinks two people being killed along with a horse and to them that's a massacre


  9. says:

    William Johnstone died a few years ago Different authors have been writing new novels with his charcters ever since I don't know them all but I know who's writing the Blood Bond series I've been asked not to reveal the name though


  10. says:

    Another good western series by Johnstone This one follows the adventures of two brothers as they travel the old west Recommended


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