Friday, July 21, 2006

Galveston Gunman by Bill Crider

Bill Crider has written many books. For a slow reader like me, there's almost no point in trying to read everything he's written - there's over fifty of them if I recall correctly. At the recent ConMisterio I picked up a paperback copy of Galveston Gunman and started reading.

The story concerns a young man in 1880 who has a large sum of money stolen from him. The problem is that he'd like to have it back and the guys who took it from him are opposed to this proposition. The book moved at a quick pace, had just enough turns and twists, and action was even coupled with romance in the second half. I've never read a western before, but I'm heartily glad I've read this one.

1 Comments:

Blogger Bill said...

Glad you liked it. Now you can go out and read a lot more westerns.

July 21, 2006 10:54 AM  

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