|Texas Dust (2004) [Novel]|
by Jory Sherman
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No one much noticed the strangers until they started buying drinks for everyone in the house. In their black dusters, they looked more like undertakers than the cold-blooded executioners they really were. As the saloon filled to capacity, no one noticed them slipping out, one by one. But when the strangers finally left town, the blood was aleady flowing.
Joby Redmond was coming home just as they were departing. Joby thought he'd seen the last of Zeke Popper when he'd put the man behind bars for deserting the army and going on a violent rampage. Joby also thought he'd seen the last of war. But when he returns to find his stable full of butchered horses, his sister ravaged, and his wife kidnapped, Joby vows to start his own war. And he's going to make Zeke and his gang wish they'd died a long time ago...
Original title: Texas Dust
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Bad Men and Good