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Kendrick Hardcover – February 1, 2004
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"Holt weaves the language of the West into a literary tapestry of adventure, suspense and humanity. A story well told. -- Michael N. (Cowboy Mike) Searles, contributor to The Black Cowboys of Texas, October 2003
"Holt's KENDRICK is an action-packed, conventional Western that moves along nicely and builds suspense." -- Elmer Kelton, author of Good Old Boys and Rangers Trail. August 2003
Holt's KENDRICK is a fast-paced read with admirable intensity and Gatling gun action that pushes beyond a traditional Western." -- Roland Cheek, author of Lincoln County Crucible
Holt's KENDRICK is one-of-a-kind. Her likeable characters and exciting plot add up to an enjoyable read. -- Marsha Ward, author of The Man From Shenandoah and Raton
From the Inside Flap
Wayne Kendrick is suspicious. His best friend, Jim Cason, has suddenly disappeard, and Jim's claim has been taken over by the Blake Mining Company, which claims the land was abandoned. Disguising himself as a miner Kendrick sets up camp. He befriends William Tell Davis, an abandoned African-American teenager. Will leads him to a hidden mine where chained men are forced to dig gold for their kidnappers. Kendrick and Will face off against the kidnappers to save Jim and rescue the other miners from a fiery death.
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This story had many twists to it. This story had many things that related to finding how to save the day.
I did not see the ending coming.
As a writer of westerns, this author is floundering and out of their depth.