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Final Justice at Adobe Wells (The Legend of Stuart Brannon, Book 5) (edition 1993)

by Stephen Bly

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Title:Final Justice at Adobe Wells (The Legend of Stuart Brannon, Book 5)
Authors:Stephen Bly
Info:Wheaton, IL.: Crossway Books (1993), Paperback, 192 pages
Collections:Read but unowned
Tags:Western Novel

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Final Justice at Adobe Wells (The Legend of Stuart Brannon, Book 5) by Stephen Bly



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When I read on the book's jacket that the novel had been written by a pastor, I steeled myself to reading religious tripe. However the story moved along quickly with plenty of action despite a plot that had a few holes in it. It did present some interesting moral questions near the end when the hero had to decide whether to leave the villain to face death & torture at the hands of the Apaches or risk his own life to prevent this. The author took an easy way out by having the killer make one last foolish attempt at escape and died in a hail of gunfire from the Apaches and the hero so no one lost face or crossed the line in the eyes of God. ( )
  lamour | Apr 23, 2012 |
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This time Brannon heads south of the border to buy cattle for his ranch. But he finds the cattle rustled and their owner murdered. Brannon comes up against something a lot bigger than just a band of small-time rustlers. A former Confederate officer stole the herd to finance his private army. Captain Porter has devised a fantastic scheme to "liberate" Baja California, supposedly for the Confederacy. But Porter should have picked someone else's cattle. Army or no army, Brannon is not about to let him walk away with his livestock.

Meanwhile Stuart gets reacquainted with the widow Victoria Pacifica and discovers they have much in common. His admiration grows for this amazing woman. Will she succeed in getting Brannon to lay to rest the ghost of his dead wife where others have failed?

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Stuart Brannon heads south of the border to buy cattle for his ranch, but finds the cattle rustled and the owner murdered. Stuart discovers a former Confederate Officer has stolen the herd to finance his own private army with the fantastic dream of "liberating" Baja, California for the Confederacy. Army or no army, Stuart Brannon isn't about to let anyone walk away with his cattle. During the feud Stuart again encounters the enchanting widow Victoria Pacifica. His admiration grows for the amazing woman, and she wonders if she can help him lay the ghost of his dead wife finally to rest.… (more)

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