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From Western Spur award-winning author Gordon L. Rottman comes Ride Harder, the sequel to USA Today best-seller The Hardest Ride. Another classic Western yarn from a master storyteller, Ride Harder follows cowpuncher Bud Eugen and his resourceful fiance, Marta, as they confront all of the dangers Texas in the late 1880s holds, both old and newfangled.

When the seed money for Bud and Marta's ranch is stolen from a local bank out of its Yankee-made safe, along with an Army arms shipment, Bud and Marta go back to Mexico to secure their future and that of Texas itself, come hell, high water, or steam-powered locomotives.

©2017 Gordon L. Rottman (P)2017 The Hartwood Publishing Group

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  • 05-14-18

Another wonderful story by Rottman.

Another wonderful story by Rottman. I did however miss Matha, for although she does appear in this novel she plays only a minor roll and little of her feisty nature is seem. Again the character descriptions are wonderful, but I did not get the same sense of the settings or the conditions as I did in the previous book. The dialogue did not feel as strong and there was a lot of reflecting on what happened in the first book. As in the first book the narration by James Simenc was compelling, amusing and heartfelt. Definitely a book for those of the Western genre to read or listen to.