Hawk Haynes ruled from his heart, but stayed alive by using his instincts. Hawk was on his way to start a new life in Texas when he runs into burned out wagons. He finds families slaughtered, the men killed, the women raped, and killed. Hawk Haynes had just introduced himself to Southwest Texas.
Hawk had been deeded land just northwest of Rawlins for his services in taking care of Ted Rawlins and his wife until their death. According to Ted, the property he deeded to Hawk was prime land. According to what Hawk saw while traveling, it was anything but prime. It didn't look like it could grow grass, but it could grow outlaws, gunfighters and murderers. That made it easy for a man like Sid Rawlins hire all the ruthless men he needed to him solve his problems. Hawk and Rawlins will lock horns and A Braver Man will be crowned.
©2010 Royal Wade Kimes (P)2010 Books In Motion
The good guys too good the bad guys too bad. A schoolboys opinion on patriotism, God, and the Civil War. The hero is too fast, too tough, to be believed. This is a 17 hour penny dreadful.
Less unnecessary killing and eliminate the "hard on my ears" violent language.
It was a unique plot. He dragged out the ending by inserting events that could have been left out.
Good voice, talented
I like books with good honerable lead characters that kick butt on the villians, this one had a great story and plenty of gunfighting action I really hated to see it end. I liked it so much I bought Bostons Quest from the same author.
Excellent book! Well written with a good story and lots of action. This is a role for John Wayne if he were still with us. I hope Mr. Kimes keeps them coming.
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