The sign on the tree attracted the man's attention while he was still far down the slope. He could see the tall pine on the crest of the ridge above a veritable landmark in that country of stunted timber, and the square of paper, tacked to its trunk under the lowest branches, gleamed white against the background of vivid green.
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Very different type of western. It keeps you interested until the end
Awesome. Can't get my face out of it!
James Roberts writes a good story. His lead character, Roger Rathburn alias Coyote, is a good blend of credible and legendary.
Roberts succeeds in creating an unusual plot where the hero in the story is neither all bad nor all good; yet his noble side shines through as the predominant guiding factor in his life. The story is refreshing in that it is rare to find a novel today that is not peppered with foul language and explicit descriptions of sex. Roberts has kept his story free of both. Well done Sir. I will definitely be looking for more of your novels. Thank you.