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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Review: Wolf MoonUser 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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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