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Red Station

By: Kenzie Jennings
Narrated by: Cynthia Hemminger
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There is a house overlooking the vast, rolling plains. A home station where a traveler will be welcomed with a piping hot meal and a downy bed.

It is a refuge for the weary. A beacon for the lost.

A place where blood and bones feed the land.

For four stagecoach passengers...

A doctor in search of a missing father and daughter... 

A newlywed couple on the way to their homestead... 

And a lady in red with a bag filled with secrets... 

Their night at the station has only just begun.

©2020 Kenzie Jennings (P)2023 Kenzie Jennings

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good story, but leaves some questions

good story, even though it was shorter. good character development, and nice twistier ending although we did guess it

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Beautifully Brutal

This was a well-written addition to Death Head Press' Splatter Western series. The characters have a lot of dimension and substance. There is some well-worked violence. Essentially, it's quite nice & flows very smoothly.

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Surprising series entry

This slim volume is one of the more surprising entries in the Splatter Western series. It starts off firmly in Stagecoach territory. The 1939 movie, based on the Ernest Haycox story "The Stage to Lordsburg", has one of the most influential set-ups of the 20th, a group of disparate strangers forced together as traveling companions, facing an external force. Great characters, great interactions, and a build up before all hell breaks loose.

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