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The Badger's Revenge (Josiah Wolfe, Texas Ranger)
by Larry D. Sweazy
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This review was written for LibraryThing Member Giveaways.I enjoyed this refreshing return to the days of the wild west. The book contains all the elements you would expect in a western; action, romance and lawmen versus outlaws. The novel takes a nice turn when Texas Ranger, Josiah Wolfe, who is pursuing two Comanche scouts, is captured. He then learns he has a bounty on his head. A price that will gladly be paid by his arch foe, Liam O'Reilly, the Badger. Wolfe finds out what it is like being the hunted instead of the hunter. He wastes no time turning tails on his pursuers and getting back on O'Reilly's trail. Wolfe's life is complicated by a rich, blond haired beauty he desires, but believes he is not worthy of and a dark haired, strong willed, pregnant widow, who aids him while he is on the run. As if this is not enough, there may be a traitor in the ranks of the Texas Rangers, who is helping the Badger. Some of the characters seemed like they could have been fleshed out a bit more, particularly Liam O'Reilly. In fairness, this may be attributed to the fact that this is part of a continuing series in which these characters have already been developed in greater depth. I feel interested enough in the characters to seek out the preceding books and find out more about the various personalities and look forward to the new books in the series. This book was provided for review by the author and the well read folks at Library Thing.
Tracking an Indian raiding party, Texas Ranger Josiah Wolfe and his compatriots run afoul of a notorious gang leader known as the Badger. As they are led to where the Badger is waiting, Josiah knows that time is running out. But luckily, Texas Rangers are hard men to kill. Read Larry Sweazy's blogs and other content on the Penguin Community.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)813.6 — Literature English (North America) American fiction 21st Century
The main character is all you one usually finds in western heroes and seems totally lost when dealing with any emotions.
This is book three of the "Rangers" series and I plan to read the first two and recommend this book to any lovers of Westerns. ( )