|White Death (1976) [Novel]|
by John J. McLaglen
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Series: Herne the Hunter
(From the publisher):
Jedediah Travis Herne – Herne the Hunter – a name to inspire fear in the strongest heart, gun-fighter extraordinary, whose exploits were legendary even in the blood-soaked annals of the Old West. But Jed Herne had hung up his Sharps three years back, had married the gentle Louise and was settling down to quiet middle age...
Until one fateful night when seven men came to his snowbound homestead where his wife was alone and defenceless. The terrible events of that night marked the turning point, the rebirth of Herne the Hunter, as Jed once again picked up his weapons and hit the dusty trails to hunt down the men who had cast a black shadow on his future. The result, as sure as the mighty fires of Hell itself, would be death and bloody revenge...
Original title: White Death
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Gunfighters
- Written by Laurence James.