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The Bounty Man and Doe is a good western tale with an unusual romantic twist as Sam Brennen searches for his wife's killer with a young Indian woman. The action is typical Dusty Richards, and the story is told with the richness of the west as its backdrop.
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Dusty Richards is the author of 120 books and the mentor to hundreds of western writers. He has won two Spur Awards, the prestigous Western Heritage Award and numerous other awards for his writing. He travels the west doing research with his wife, Pat.Review:
Sam Brennen had been a hard-working town marshal in Fort Collins, Colorado. Three men murder his wife and two young step daughters in one brutal night. After Sam suffers months of horrific mental anguish and self-imposed guilt, he sets out to blindly find the killers. Half drunk, he becomes lost and rides into a camp where a mad man, Joe Sunday, is beating his squaw. Sam dismounts and orders him to stop. The man draws his gun and shoots Sam's horse in he confusion. After the smoke settles, Sam finds he's inherited a young Indian woman who calls herself Doe. These two become a team that roam the west to bring those who murdered Sam's wife to justice. But soon it's obvious that they have more than just their tracking skills in common. The Bounty Man and Doe become an unbeatable pair. --L. J. Turner
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