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The Dangerous Dawn : A Western Fiction Classic (Yakima Henry Book 6) Kindle Edition
Half-breed Yakima Henry steps in to help an older man being bullied by outlaws – and becomes a target of both bandits and lawmen alike.
“Hooks you instantly with sin-soaked villains and a compelling hero. Yakima Henry has a heart of gold and an Arkansas toothpick.” – Mike Baron, author of Florida Man.
- ASIN : B096GCZFH3
- Publisher : Wolfpack Publishing (July 6, 2021)
- Publication date : July 6, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1744 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 326 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 164734591X
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #122,979 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I must also say this book appeared to be a repeat of an earlier read story. Also, it's apparent the author has a thing for interracial sex, Yakima the half breed is always laying with a young white, attractive female.
As the darkness covered his approach a man’s leg slid over the windowsill into the room and the moonlight glinted on the barrel of the gun in his hand. The last sound the man heard was the rumble of Yakima’s voice telling the man “That’s far enough, Cisco.” But whiskey-fueled revenge takes the sense out of a man’s head and he swung his gun towards the sound of the voice, Yakima squeezed the trigger of his Colt .44. It sounded like a cannon had gone off, the soiled dove lying next to Yakima jumped up screaming as the man fell back out of the window into the snow that had fallen during the night.
When morning finally completed its clearing of the night sky, Yakima dressed and went downstairs to handle the problem with the dead man. He borrowed the madam’s sled and hauled the frozen stiff body of Cisco over to the undertakers. While he was there an older man, by the name of Barstow, came in and told the undertaker that he was there for his girl’s body. After Yakima helped load the box on the wagon the man pulled his team over to the mercantile store. As he was leaving three men started harassing him, shoving him to the ground. Well, we all know that no matter what, Yakima cannot stand to see someone taken advantage of. He left his breakfast and went to help. After he had the men’s attention, he helped Barstow load his supplies and the man left.
Join Yakima as he deals with the harassing men after Mr. Barstow's departure and the trouble that leads to, in addition to another damsel in distress…
What did I like? The life of Yakima Henry is one of the many men of his time that was treated with so much hatred for just being alive with mixed blood. The term “BREED” was so misused inferring to inferior when in reality it means so many other things, such as refinement, or good manners. But that is not the case during the 1800s and especially in the case of Yakima Henry. When you read the accounts of his adventures the one thing that stands out is his love for the world around him and his inability to stay out of trouble helping others.
What will you like? When you spell his name, ‘Yakima’, many make the mistake of the incorrect spelling, ‘TROUBLE’ with a capital “T”, as it seems that is what his whole life is about. Now anytime you have trouble following you, you are most likely to have lots of fighting, shootouts, angry men, and beautiful women. Since the loss of his love, Faith, Yakima has not been able to settle down, leading him to wander, playing cards, and visiting the rooms of the soiled doves. This has our hero leaving a trail of exciting events behind him, but on the other side of things, he also leaves a trail of those that he has helped or at least touched their lives.
• ASIN: B096GCZFH3
• Publisher: Wolfpack Publishing
• Publication Date: 7/6/2021
• File Size: 1744 KB
• Print Length: 198 pages
• Genre: Western Fiction Classics, Westerns, Classic Literature & Fiction