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Lindermuth give the reader a good feel for the New Mexico landscape and the difficulties of living on the trail, particularly when the enemy may be behind the next bolder or in the next ravine. Ride along with them. You may get saddle sores, but with no one shooting at you, you'll enjoy the ride.
At the core of everything is the character of Luther “Lute” Donnelly, a former lawman carrying around a pack of guilt over past deadly events that he feels responsible for allowing to happen. Coming across a young man left double-crossed by some bandits he’d innocently fallen in with serves as a catalyst to draw Lute back into many of the things he’d been on the run from. What then ensues is a reckoning --- a squaring of accounts for the old lawman and a chance to purge the demons too long plaguing him.
All of this is told in rapidly cutting-back-and-forth scenes involving numerous characters and settings, everything skillfully handled by author Lindermuth’s sure hand. You will find action, adventure, suspense, romance, and even a touch of mysticism --- interlaced with more than a few twists and surprises --- that will leave you cheering for Lute and the rest of the “good guys” and hoping to see more of them. Strongly recommended