Wolf Moon

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Wheeler Pub., 1999 - Fiction - 161 pages
3 Reviews
REVENGE WAS HIS ONLY REASON FOR LIVING-- EVEN IF IT MEANT DYING. It wasn't just the memories of his murdered brothers or the ten years in prison that reminded Chase how much he hated Reeves for double-crossing him after the bank robbery. Chase's face was carved with hideous scars from the bloody night when Reeves's killer wolf had attacked & left him for dead. Now he was out of jail & in the same town where Reeves was setting up his next bank heist. The lust for revenge was eating away at Chase's gut, & not even the love of a woman could stop him from the hell-bound path he must follow. For him, no price was too high--and the sacrifice would be savage...

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User Review  - Charles - Goodreads

Gorman is quite possibly my second favorite western writer after L'Amour. I like his books very much. Gritty and realistic, and with a lot of action and great characters. Read full review

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User Review  - Mary Cannon - Goodreads

I used to say that I didn't like Westerns - would never read one. Then I got introduced to Ed's Westerns. I've changed my tune. Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1999)

Ed Gorman was born in November 2, 1941 in Iowa. He grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Marion, Iowa before finally settling down in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Gorman has written 11 novels and has 22 works of short fiction. He is the executive editor of Mystery Scene Magazine and writes both mysteries and westerns. His novel "Wolf Moon" was nominated for a Spur Award as Best Paperback Original.

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