My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Energized read about a gritty form of justice in the face of handsome, successful evil. The kind of evil the uses people, then tosses them aside. The kind of justice the endures because it really is justice on behalf of others who have been wrangled and wronged, but can no longer speak. And the kind of grit that shows through impossible conditions, and yet grinds it's way forward, tumble-by-tumble, through wounds, blood-loss, and deprivation.
Typical L'Amour tale, told in his gripping fashion. The kind of tale that draws the reader in, page-turning, passionate, and proud. The type of story that makes one glad of dusty valor, rugged virtue and familial vows . I happily recommend the book.
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