|Blood Valley (1983) [Novel]|
by James A. Muir
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(From the publisher):
He was christened Matthew Gunn. But he was baptised in the blood of gun fights with the name of Breed. He was holed up in a sleepy Mexican border town when the strangers came in: a city man and his wife dressed in white gloves. Strangers like that donít go to dusty pueblos out of choice. They donít go into reeking cantinas without a reason. They have a reason. They need Breed.
Breed is used to hunting men, but this time he has to hunt a woman, the city manís daughter, a poor little rich girl running wild with a two-bit bandito. And the city man is crazy to get his daughter back Ė a thousand dollars crazy. For that kind of craziness Breed would go to hell and back. Heíll even go to BLOOD VALLEY.
Original title: Blood Valley
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Native Americans
Fiction→ Western→ Gunfighters