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Wind River First book in the Wind River series After buffalo hunter and former army scout Cole Tyler arrives in Wind River, a primitive outpost in the wild Wyoming Territory, he is unwittingly drawn into taking the unwelcome and dangerous job of town marshal Marshal Cole Tyler finds himself facing a ruthless killer as Wind River becomes a town with its own brand of justice


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10 thoughts on “Wind River

  1. Edwin Edwin says:

    An enjoyable traditional Western that does a great job of introducing the reader to an interesting cast of characters, and the exciting and dangerous town of Wind River It tells the story of new Sheriff Cole Tyler, who takes a stand against lawlessness, hardcase thugs, and devious land barons Nicely plotted and paced with an exciting and satisfying conclusion.


  2. Richard Marman Richard Marman says:

    I found the first Wind River novel in a second hand book store many years ago and read the entire series in a few months They are all great pager turners with gunfights, good guys, western belles, outlaws, Indians to supply action and romance aplenty They re also historically accurate which will please purists Anyone who enjoys the western genre will love these books.


  3. Richard Daubney Richard Daubney says:

    YeehawVery easy storyline to follow with believable characters Various twists to the plot.Highly recommended.Now for book two in the series.


  4. Bert Bert says:

    The prolific authors, husband wife, have 100 books to their credit Many of those books are westerns, and this is the first of a series of 7 Comparisons to the late great Louis Lamour are rampant There s a protagonist who s fought for the losing side in the Civil War, now he s driving a herd of Texas longhorns in the still nearly pristine Montana Territory He stops in a fledgling town along the railroad line that ultimatel


  5. Chaplain Stanley Chapin Chaplain Stanley Chapin says:

    Great short storyIn the 1940s I was old enough to stay by myself, while both parents worked a only child, before tv and other electronics, games and etc, I read, almost anything of different varieties and subjects My mother subscribed to several magazines one was Redbook, it was primarily a woman s magazine, but had short stories that I read as a break from longer novels This fit into that pattern.


  6. Nancy Nancy says:

    Some parts were pretty good, but after awhile, the repetitive word choices started to bug me I probably won t read any further in the series I DID like how the tale ended, with the newspaper editor I also thought too many people were automatically suspicious and nasty to new people they met.the sheriff, the rancher, the bar owner Ready to pick a fight without having a good reason.


  7. David David says:

    I m a big Louis LaMour fan and looked for something else to read since I ve read about everything he has written I enjoyed this very much and plan to read the entire series of Wind River books about Marshal Cole Tyler I actually finished this awhile back, but just got around to updating Goodreads I m on the 5th book in the series and still thoroughly enjoying them.


  8. Nick Docious Nick Docious says:

    Going home soon to do that with youGood luck in a while now I m not even close friends are the same way I am a big believer the best thing for a bit later on the same thing I want a new job of this month to the day


  9. Robbie Robbie says:

    WESTERNJim began this on 1 31 and finished on 2 1 14 He rated it 3.8 stars.


  10. Victoria Halphen Victoria Halphen says:

    I enjoyed this book.There was action, intrigue, cowboys Need I sayNothing like a good old western If you like Louis Lamour or Zane Grey you ll like this book.


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