|Colour of Death, the (1982) [Novel]|
by James A. Muir
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(From the publisher):
Azul, alias Matthew Gunn, alias Breed – half-white, half-Apache, all killer. Breed was a name he’d picked up around the border country. Some said it spelt death. He walked his own path between the white and the red. He didn’t look for trouble – it came looking for him. Like when the Coyne brothers crossed his trail.
The sheriff wants the Coynes for taking a handful of lives and a coachload of dollars. Breed wants them for stealing his horse. As a lawman’s tracker the Apache half-breed can hunt the blood-drenched Coynes right through Mexico. And he means to show them something they never saw before, something you only get to see once in your life: The Colour of Death.
Original title: The Colour of Death
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Native Americans
Fiction→ Western→ Gunfighters