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WOLF CREEK: Kiowa Vengeance (Volume 2) Paperback – November 10, 2012
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Ford Fargo this time around consists of writers Bill Crider, Jackson Lowry, Kerry Newcomb, Troy D, Smith, Frank Roderus, and Robert J. Randisi.
In KIOWA VENGEANCE, buffalo hunters fired on a party and excited the young braves that had never known war. Old Stone hand's son led them on raids that brought out soldiers. The town of Wolf Creek is threatened, as well as a group coming in on the stage.
The new gunsmith, the new school teacher, the barber, and a drummer. They are joined by a man who'd opened an art store in Wolf Creek and they were trying to make their way to town without getting killed.
As always, each character has their secrets that are gradually revealed to the reader. An interesting mix and a good story
Book 2 in the Wolf Creek series might be subtitled "Blood All Over the Place." In chapters penned by (in order) Bill Crider, Jackson Lowry, Kerry Newcomb, Troy D. Smith, Frank Roderus, and Robert J. Randisi, readers are sucked right into the action by new characters and a couple of favorites from the previous volume. Danger is more palpable in this novel; the pacing much quicker. Readers whose pulse doesn't pound for a good portion of the tale might want to make sure their scalp is still intact.
Without exception, the new characters in Kiowa Vengeance are fascinating. No one is what he or she seems, and that ought to make for some interesting stories in future books. Keep an eye on Wilson Marsh, who emerges as the sort of oily slug it's easy to detest. There are precious few glimmers of deeper humanity in that character, so one wonders where he may go from here. (He's among the main ensemble players, so he'll be back.)
The resolution seems a tad too easy, but by then readers will be thankful for a reprieve from non-stop action. Kiowa Vengeance is great fun on both emotional and intellectual levels.