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The Devil's Blood

by Kirby Jonas

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From the back cover: Big Tappan Kittery had learned to kill in the War. Killing became a nightmare, but the end of the war was not like waking up, because the nightmare didn't end. The bloodshed continued around Kittery like a plague, with Arizona Territory as its breeding ground...and the Desperados Eight as its breeders. There was only one way for Kittery to stop the killing...Take down the Devil.

With his seventh novel, The Devil's Blood, our author Kirby Jonas has put himself shoulder to shoulder with not only the greatest Western writers of all time, but in our opinion the greatest writers. Period. Jonas has developed his main character, Tappan Kittery, into the type of a character that anyone with any spirit of adventure would love to ride with, and he has woven this lawman's trail into a twisted web that the most jaded of readers will love.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:52 -0400)

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