Book Reviews of Whiskey River (Sundown Riders, Bk 5)

Whiskey River (Sundown Riders, Bk 5)
Whiskey River - Sundown Riders, Bk 5
Author: Ralph Compton
ISBN-13: 9780451193322
ISBN-10: 0451193326
Publication Date: 1/1/1999
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed Whiskey River (Sundown Riders, Bk 5) on + 669 more book reviews
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One more steady paced western about the sundown riders. Always an adventure, thrilling and on the move. They're back from the war (civil)and ready to take the land back the yankee's plundered. Mark Rogers and Bill Harder take down a couple of tax collectors and wind up in jail in Fort Worth. A very good story.
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excellent
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They were desperate times...and the Sundown Riders were desperate men. Mercenaries who rode the high boxes of freight wagons across a treacherous wilderness. The Civil War was over, but the fight was just beginning for these fearless men as they struggle for survival in an untamed land...
They came back from war, and their land was gone. The Texas soil they'd nourished with years of backbreaking work ahd been snatched away. And in a moment of fury at this Yankee plunder, Mark Rogers and Bill Harder cut down a pair of tax collectors...and wound up behind bars in Fort Worth.
But then the former Confederate soldiers are offered a choice; they can face their sentences--or infiltrate a gang of whiskey runners who've been evading the law between St Louis and Fort Smith. If they succeed, they'll gain their freedom..and thier confiscated land.
But when they meet up with Wolf Estrello and his fellow bandits, they just might wish they'd taken their chances with the firing squad...
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They were desprate timess...and the Sundown Riders were desperate men.Mercenaries who rode the high boxes of freight wagons across a treacherous wilderness. The Civil War was over,but the fight was just beginning for these fearless men as they struggled for survival in an untamed land.