Dust and Glory
When Jesse Ross was eighteen, he was forced to learn firsthand that a person’s life could be changed irrevocably by one deed — and that one act can set an endless chain of events into motion. That was something Jesse’s neighbor, Gray Fletcher, had experienced years before when he was with the Texas Rangers. Gray had joined to seek retaliation against marauding Indians who killed two of his children and took his wife captive.
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Zimmer's second novel fulfills the promise of his first, Sundown. His style is neat and spare, his characters people to be concerned about, and the setting one of great interest to readers of Western ... Read full review