William Tell Sackett had followed a different path from his younger brothers, but his name, like theirs, was spoken with respect and just a little fear. Where Orrin had brought law and order from New Mexico to the plains of Montana, backed up by the gunfighting talents of his brother Tye, Tell Sackett’s destiny drew him to Texas after he had to kill a man. There, in the high, lonesome country, he came upon a vein of pure gold. All he’d wanted was enough to buy a ranch, but he soon learned that gold had ways of its own with men.
A good western read
Although this book was quite a quick read, it only cost 99 cents, and I enjoyed the characters, especially, of course, William Tell Sackett, the title character. Badassery all around, and I do enjoy reading about times when folks were tough and hard-as-nails. The next books in the series are around $6, and too much, especially for such short books. I’ll wait for a sale.
As good of a read as when I was in high school.
The family value is evident in this book and shows the struggle of the western man.