- Series: Avalon Western
- Hardcover: 198 pages
- Publisher: AmazonEncore (April 1, 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0803496001
- ISBN-13: 978-0803496002
- Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 5.5 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,230,233 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Silver Creek (Avalon Western)
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A western that will fascinate everyone with its fast moving plot. The readers won't resist turning pages till the end. -- Liana Metallinou, Writers Crossing, Corfu, Greece, May 29, 2003.
Excellent descriptive detail, painting a mental picture of the setting and drawing the reader into the heart of the story. -- Charles DeNosky, Writers Unlimited, June 2, 2003.
I was on the edge of my seat wondering who the mastermind was and was surprised when it was revealed. -- Tracey West, Road to Romance, May 28, 2003
Silver Creek makes for great reading in a book that's hard to put down! -- Mike McMillan, BC Cowboy Heritage Society, Canada, May 1, 2003
This is hopefully the start of a promising career for a talented writer. Her settings are realistic. The action non-stop. -- Amanda Killgore, Huntress' Reviews February, 2003
From the Author
John Garrett is my image of a real cowboy, and my heroes are still cowboys. He's good with his gun and his fists, but doesn't fight except when forced. Smart, loyal and tough, John captures your heart, and the heart of "Andy" Blaine the heroine. Andrea is a bit of a tom-boy, but a beautiful, strong and true western woman. John gets involved in the war for water rights on Silver Creek and neighboring ranches because his father seems to be involved on the wrong side of the law. He and his father haven't spoken for six years, but John feels it his duty to try to clear his father's name.
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Top Customer Reviews
book reader, but I was given this book to read and really enjoyed
it. It has a little bit of everything, mystery, family troubles,
action, and love. Buy it, you will enjoy the read.
On his way back home, a bully in an extremely poor town picks a fight with John. He kills the bully, and is shot and injured in the getaway. He is found on Blaine land, unconscious, by Andy Blaine, who brings him to an isolated cabin, and nurses him back to health. John doesn't think to ask, and Andy takes a while to tell him that "Andy" is short for "Andrea."
John and Russ have a long talk about recent events; John offers to ask around town to see if he can find out what's going on. The general consensus is that Mason Garrett will certainly push hard to get what he wants, but he is not capable of murder and cattle rustling. However, Garrett's new foreman, Rafe Willis, is certainly capable of such things. John sneaks on to his father's ranch, and finds the bunkhouse full of the Old West equivalent of street punks. Soon after, the long-expected attack is made against the Blaine ranch. Willis aims to take over Blaine's land any way he can, including forcing Andrea into marriage.
The author, a grandmother and graduate student in Florida, does a fine job from start to finish. It fells like she has spent time on a ranch and knows her way around the world of cowboys. This easy to read novel is not just for lovers of westerns.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good job Mr. Holt.