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Black Rock Canon (Five Star Western Series)

3.60  ·  Rating Details  ·  5 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Del Rockwall, together with Tie Taylor, had come up from Texas to trap wild horses in that section of Montana known as the Hellgate Strip. The only ranch that borders this wilderness area is the Forked Tongue. Rockwall was on a rocky ridge 1,000 feet above the valley floor when he saw the blue stallion for the first time. He had run wild ones off and on for most of his lif ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Five Star (ME)
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Sarah Maddaford
This isn’t quite like the Westerns described by the module or the book. The hero isn’t a lone wolf drifting from town to town. Rockwall has Tie as his partner from the beginning and is looking for enough capital to buy his own land for his business. The story does focus quite a bit on the land, but it isn’t nearly as deadly in most instances as it could be. The weapons are correct for the period as far as I know, but they aren’t highly described. There isn’t a clear fight between good and evil o ...more
Doris
Aug 08, 2010 Doris rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Folks who love westerns or stories of the old west (USA)
Recommended to Doris by: no one
Shelves: fiction-western
This is a simple story about human passion and obsession, where a magnificent blue appaloosa mustang (nick-named "Blue Boy") is the focus of the creation and breaking down of relationships. This story speaks to greed that drives human relationships and to how the truth of a person to themselves can be what saves them from such greed and lust. This story takes place in magnificent Montana in the mountains and the landscapes are described with knowledge and researched accurateness. I tried to imag ...more
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A writer from age 17, Les Savage Jr. was a contributor to pulp magazines for a number of years. In addition he penned over twenty books. A few of his better known titles are: "Treasure of the Brasada," "Silver Street Women" and "The Royal City."



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