Carnage of Eagles
William W. Johnstone
Pinnacle, 2012 (2012)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
Shorty died instantly, a bullet coming through the window to crash into the back of his head. Clyde went down with a bullet in his chest. Les dived quickly to the floor ... another volley; this time the bullets whistled through the window, slammed into the walls, and careened off the cold stove.
alcon MacCallister, the acting U.S. Marshal in Sorrento, Texas, has walked into a firestorm where the greed and corruption of the town is only matched by the violence that makes living there a risky proposition.
alled in to clean up the town by a crusading journalist, the new marshal makes some deadly enemies. Before he can clean up the mess, Falcon is himself charged with murder and condemned to the gallows.
here's no way this cowboy is going to swing for something someone else did. In a matter of hours he'll be free and then the three men who think they run Sorrento are in for the fight of their lives. Obviously, at this point their days are numbered.
ooking for a good, old fashioned western? Then look no further. When you sign on to ride with Falcon MacCallister, you are in for an action packed western adventure reminiscent of the golden days of the cowboy yarn.
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