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Rider (Mike tower) has a minor, at best supportive role throughout the book. In the final chapter or two, he does move into is own, but even then Bird is very present..
Then the hero.
I further believe the author fashioned " Bird
Hitchcock " after the infamous " Calamity Jane "
that died in 1903.
Pretty good tale, I think many others will like it.
Bird Hitchcock, a woman fighting the brutal demons of her past, is an expert shot. This skill has her reputation well known and there is no drama between her and others wishing to prove their worth to her.
Tower thinking of Bird:
He wondered how he could get through to her. Lead her to some sort of resolution within herself that would put her on a path to forgiveness not just for the people who had done injurious things to her, but forgiveness for the most important person she needed to feel compassion for: herself.
I really love this series!
I will re-read this book and look forward to more from this author.