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Chiricahua Blues: A Western Fiction Classic (Yakima Henry) Paperback – November 9, 2021
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One of the two young Southern brothers who stumbled into the canyon is dead, but it’s unclear how he died or who killed him. The other brother was so traumatized by whatever happened to the other brother that he can’t speak, just walks around in a daze, muttering the single word, “Snake,” over and over again...
Yakima’s senior deputy, the Rio Grande Kid, has his own hands full of more trouble than he thought possible when he pinned the star on his shirt. Yakima sends “the Kid” to Tucson to fetch the murdering rapist, Darl Deakin, and bring him by stagecoach to Apache Springs for trial.
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- Publisher : Wolfpack Publishing (November 9, 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 280 pages
- ISBN-10 : 164734624X
- ISBN-13 : 978-1647346249
- Item Weight : 7.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.71 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #957,890 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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We find Yakima Henry still the Town Marshall of Apache Springs, but a lot has happened since last time. The relationship with his new love, Julia is still on the rocks as she can not forgive his giving into the mistake he made with her sister, Emma. He has not told her the reason for the mistake as he does not want to heap more troubles on her plate, he is sure that she would have a fall out with her father over it. The iron horse has arrived in town, in fact right down Main Street causing him all kinds of problems. And then we have Emma showing up with a young man that is almost comatose only repeating one word, “Snake!” She found him near the canyon that contains the gold, with saddlebags loaded and the other man with him dead.
The Kid, his deputy, the Rio Grande Kid, is out of town, picking up a prisoner from Tombstone and was to return him to Apache Springs for his trial. He was the Indian agent the supplied diseased beef to the reservation. Unfortunately, he has his hands full when Indians attack the stagecoach. Things are looking bleak as both men deal with their troubles.
Join Yakima and The Kid as they both feel like the world is crumbling all around them…
What did I like? Holy cow crap, this is one exciting book!!! You all know that Yakima is among my favorite characters. His bull in the China cabinet ways do nothing to keep him out of trouble, and he sure stepped in and broke a ton this time. He is miserable and does not know what to do about it. And then there is the Kid… wow, he stepped into the biggest pile ever!!
What will you like? The action is over the top, emotional, exciting, intriguing, mysterious, and the next book in Yakima’s life story! The storyline will take hold of you from the very first page, not letting go till the last, and then giving you a cliffhanger to get you to the next book. Peter has weaved his magic again and given us one incredibly exciting read, don’t miss adding it to your Western Library today. Peter Brandvold’s “Chiricahua Blues” is available NOW!!!
• ASIN: B09HFKR516
• Publisher: Wolfpack Publishing
• Publication Date: 11/9/2021
• File Size: 1196 KB
• Print Length: 207 pages
• Genre: Louis L'Amour Westerns, Classic American Fiction, Western Fiction Classics