Storm's Thunder

Storm's Thunder

Brandon Boyce

Brandon Boyce

From the bloody banks of the Rio Grande to the edge of the American frontier comes this truly epic Western from the author of the acclaimed Here by the Bloods. A Twelve Man Massacre Along the Rio Grande, a dozen bodies fester in the sun. Harlan Two-Trees discovers the massacre, but wants nothing to do with it. Mistrusted by the whites who run Caliche Bend and estranged from the Navajo, Harlan heads west to California—to freedom. He will find the Rio Grande's bloody baptism does not wash off so easily. Death Rides Alongside From his berth aboard the gleaming Santa Fe railway, Harlan brims with the promise of a new life in California. But when a daring robbery maroons him in the desert, he is back in the world he knows—where death is king, and justice comes from the smoking barrel of a gun. Pursued by a murderous, insane, lone lawman who dogs his every move, Harlan has a new goal—to stagger out of the desert alive . . .
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Here by the Bloods

Here by the Bloods

Brandon Boyce

Brandon Boyce

Tense, vivid, and surprising from the first page to the last, Here by the Bloods is an instant Western classic.In the Shadow of Sangre de Cristo MountainsIt happens in a sudden flash of terror. A band of kill-crazy outlaws smash the bank in Caliche Bend, New Mexico. And by the fine white powder that covers everything—even the dead—everyone knows The Snowman has struck again: for this notorious bank robber uses bags of flour to stabilize the nitroglycerin used in his dynamite blasts.The First Blood has Been SpilledThis time the Snowman has done more than rob a bank. He has made a blood enemy. Harlan Two-Trees loved the murdered sheriff like a father, and sets off to bring the Snowman to justice. Harlan cannot guess how many times he will be betrayed, how a beautiful woman will cross his path, and how violence will rain down all around him... But Harlan knows this: somewhere along the line he himself must become a killer—to stand a...
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