Ben Crawford was one of the best lawmen in the business, and when a man named Kane offered him a hundred bucks a month to keep the peace in the fresh, raw town he'd just founded, it sounded exactly like the challenge he'd been looking for. So he took the job...and spent the next 12 years just waiting for something to happen. It never did.
In fact, life in Kane's Crossing, New Mexico, grew so damn quiet that the townsfolk eventually decided they didn't really need a lawman at all. But fate had other ideas, because all hell was destined to break loose on Ben's last day in office. The only question now was, would an older, slower Ben survive it all, or go out in a blaze of glory?
©2001, 2012 Ben Bridges (P)2014 David Whitehead
The voice of the reader
That it was fast pace
Ben, he was a cool dude
It was a short, fun and entertaining story.
Although the western cowboy genre isn't one I normally read, the story was engaging and paced just right for this type of story and I enjoyed it. I would recommend it to my friends who like westerns.
I dont know what I'd cjhange about it, it just wasn't my genre.
I really throught Adam Durst fit this book like white on rice. Loved his slow, meodic tone.
Yeah, anyone blond comes to mind.
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