Title: Legacy of Evil (Black Horse Western) Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Place of Publication.
Title: Legacy of Evil (Black Horse Western) Item Condition: used item in a good condition. A Black Horse Western. Jacket Condition: No Jacket. Read full description.
Publishers of Western Fiction since the 1930s. Buffalo hunter Woodrow Clayton experiences the full horror of the Comanche terror at the Battle of Adobe Walls, and then again in the bloody aftermath that spreads along the frontier. He vows to help the US Army put an end to it, once and for al. .Homesteader Jared Tucker sees his wife and son slaughtered, and daughter, Lucy, carried off by Comanche raiders.
Neil Hunter is a pseudonym of the prolific Lancashire-born writer Michael R. Linaker. As Neil Hunter, Mike wrote two classic western series, BODIE THE STALKER and JASON BRAND. Under the name Richard Wyler he produced four stand-alone westerns, INCIDENT AT BUTLER’S STATION, THE SAVAGE JOURNEY, BRIGHAM’S WAY and TRAVIS. Another western, HIGH KILL, was later published in the SUNDANCE series as BOUNTY KILLER.
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Publishing Western fiction since 1936. An imprint of The Crowood Press oodpress infosterns. England, United Kingdom. Publishing Western fiction since 1936.