Taking on the guise of a gambler, Stillman is quick to line up his suspects and start prying open their secrets. But while greed is the likeliest reason for the murders, the killer keeps striking, even when Stillman has his eye on the suspects. Suddenly, in a land of wild honeysuckle, snowy mountain peaks, and the spirits of native warriors, the veteran lawman realizes he's made a fatal mistake and missed a motive as old as time itself. Now it may be too late because an expert at murder has Stillman in the crosshairs of his gun.
©2005 Matt Braun; (P)2004 Recorded Books, LLC
This is the first book I have read by Matt Braun. This book peaked my interest from the beginning. As I read on I realized not only did I have a great western, but a who done it western. As the book went on I kept looking for clues as to who the guilty hombre was. My interest was peaking when suddenly on page 181 a great book became a run of the mill western, a good one none the less. I can't say much more without writing a spoiler, so all I will say is the author threw a monkey wrench into the works and blew it for me. As a result I will say it was a good western that I recommend if you like the genre; BUT IT COULD HAVE BEEN GREAT!!!!
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