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Clown William and the Wind of Vengeance

4.44  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  6 reviews
A reluctant 1870s gunslinger with Tourette's and a quick draw . . .

While the battle for Lincoln, New Mexico, rages on, William is consumed by his own war against Jesse Evans, the man he blames for the loss of his friends and the start of his life as a gunfighter.

But when William finds Jesse at his most vulnerable--jailed with a gunshot wound--he can't justify pulling the
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Published December 1st 2019 by Ingramelliott
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Feb 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
It's been quite a while since I've read a good Western and Robin Elno's 'Clown William and the Wind of Vengeance' definitely delivered.
What more can you ask for, really? A hero who is down on his luck, a dastardly villain, a setting straight out of one of the old Zane Lowe or Louis L'Amour novels, gunfights, revenge, military forts—this book has it all!
This book just kept getting better as I read along, it really took me on quite an adventure.
For reasons that are established in the previous
Feb 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Nothing gets my adrenaline pumping quicker than a good western, and this one starts off with a bang—literally. As with any great Western, it starts with a gunfight, and only ends when blood is drawn.

I haven’t read the first two books in the ‘Clown William’ series, but I can only imagine that the second must have left off with one hell of a cliffhanger based on the way this one started. William is literally in a life-or-death battle with Jesse Evans, the man who killed his friends and started him
Réal Laplaine
Feb 02, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Clown William and the Wind of Vengeance, by Robin Elno, is a good-old fashioned western novel, with some twists. The main character, Clown William, a gunslinger, is on a vengeance hunt for Jesse Evans, for killing an associate. In some ways it reads like a Louis L'Amour novel, and I am big fan of L'Amour - who generally depicts his characters as having a strong sense of integrity, courageous and obstinate to a fault, and yet, who usually labor under the weight of other issues. William is ...more
Gud Reader
Feb 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Another debut by literary heavyweight and award-winning author Robin Elno this epic piece deserves to be on the mantle with the best of the western novels. Book three in Elno’s ‘Clown William’ series revolves around the life of William who may not be your stereotypical gunslinger. William’s misfortunes start when he is kicked out of their Kansas home by his father, blended with his Tourette syndrome which causes him to twitch uncontrollably seems to be his undoing. However, amidst the clouds ...more
Jan 24, 2020 rated it really liked it
A nice new read for the western genre. This is the third book in a series and it would definitely be best to read in order to fully understand the dynamics of the character relationships. I absolutely loved the inclusion of the main character's tourette's syndrome. That was different, handled very well and greatly enhanced the story.
Debbie Maskus
Jan 08, 2020 rated it it was ok
I enjoy westerns as much as the next person but feel that Craig Johnson does a better job than Robin Elno. Clown William and the Wind of Vengeance left me feeling numb. Gunfights happen constantly and nothing seems resolved. Maybe, I needed to read the other books in this series because I felt I was missing the reason for all the gunfights. Yes, the Wild West in alive and shooting in this novel, but what are the reasons. I am unsure of which team is the “good” team and which team is the “bad” ...more
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