What some reviewers have to say about Van Holt’s writing:
Step aside Louis L'Amour, another great Western writer is here… --Heather
“I had a feeling that Van Holt…might actually be the successor to Zane Gray, a master Western storysmith, whose novels set the style of a generation.” --Stern0
“Van Holt is King of the Spaghetti Western…” --Rarebird1
SHOOT TO KILL
Mark Reston had never set out to be a killer. But there were those who just wouldn’t have it any other way. And now there were five more men that he had to kill.
They should have left him alone or made sure he was dead the first time. He was tired of being used for a target.
He hadn’t decided what to do about the beautiful young woman who had been given a very difficult choice by the outlaws. If she didn’t kill Reston, the man who had saved her life, they would kill her.
Warning: Reading a Van Holt western may make you want to get on a horse and hunt some bad guys down in the Old West. Of course, the easiest and most enjoyable way to do it is vicariously—by reading another Van Holt western.
Van Holt writes westerns the way they were meant to be written.