Celtic Revenge Young Irishman Time Carlow couldn't be more proud to be a Texas Ranger, riding with his uncle Kileen, a former bare-knuckle boxer. After Kileen, Carlow, and his best friend break up a vicious Texas gang, they bring their captives to the town where Carlow grew up. But hatred of the Irish runs deep, and the town's mayor and sheriff betray them. The outlaws escape, wounding Carlow and killing his lifelong friend. Carlow is devastated, for he had sworn an ancient Irish blood-oath with the dead man -- symbolized by the stones they always carried. Consumed by vengeance, Carlow rides off in a fury, throwing away both the stones and his Ranger's star. Returning to the hometown that had always resented him -- and ultimately betrayed him -- he is out for blood. And even his icy cool demeanor cannot quench his burning desire for revenge....
Cotton Smith has been a writer all his life. His unforgettable Western novels include Spirit Rider, Brothers of the Gun, and Behold a Red Horse. He is also a Western historian, artist, horseman, and a featured author in Westward, an anthology commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Western Writers of America.
Publisher: Pocket Books (February 16, 2004)
Length: 320 pages
Don Coldsmith author of The Long Journey Home A writer who understands the best of the western.
Mike Blakely Spur Award-winning author Cotton Smith captures the look and feel of the real West.
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