In Lou Prophet's lawless West, justice comes from the barrel of a gun—his gun. Peter Brandvold's acclaimed two-fisted Westerns tell of the bloody days (and thrilling nights) of the bounty hunter called Prophet, and the dangerous woman he dared to love. . . .
BLOOD AT SUNDOWN
Lou Prophet and the deadly Louisa Bonaventure have torn a bloody swath across Dakota territory in search of the Griff Hatchley gang. When they finally catch up to them, an epic blizzard threatens to turn the Dakota prairie into a frozen hell. To bag their prey before the storm hits, Prophet and Louisa split up—and take separate paths towards damnation.
DEATH IN THE SNOW
Prophet's course takes him into a town packed to the gills with the deadliest outlaws that roamed the frontier, while Louisa gets caught in Sundown, a one-horse town where a hatchet-wielding maniac threatens to paint Main Street red. When spring's thaw comes, they'll find a city of corpses beneath the snow.
And nobody gives a damn about the law . . .
“Here's a writer with the hot, fast violence of the early Mickey Spillane and the guts to write what he wants.”
—Tom McNulty, Dispatches From the Last Outlaw
by Peter Brandvold
by William W. Johnstone, J.A. Johnstone
by Zane Grey
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