Black Ransom

Black Ransom

by Stone Wallace

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Overview

From the author of Montana Dawn—a Booklist Top 10 Westerns of the Decade—comes a story of vengeance, courage, and the savagery of the Old West…

When they put Ehron Lee Burrows away for a crime he didn’t commit, they had no idea what the hellish desert prison would do to the once decent man. Escaping with the help of a murderous convict, Ehron Lee sets his mind to getting revenge on the two men he holds responsible for his imprisonment. Kidnapping their loved ones, he sets a ransom that can’t be paid in cash…but in lives.

But there is an even more dangerous threat to the huddled group of kidnappers and captives: an Apache uprising has cut them off from all help. As the danger grows, the group’s members are forced to work together—or face annihilation…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781101610572
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/07/2014
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 515,670
File size: 978 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Stone Wallace's career ambitions have taken him along many paths: actor, broadcast announcer, boxer, celebrity interviewer, creative writing and media instructor, and advertising copywriter. Stone finds writing Westerns to be the most satisfying. It is a field he has appreciated and embraced since reading the classic stories of Louis L'Amour, whose works provide an escape back to a time when the lands were clean, heroes and villains were clearly defined, and values were simpler. It is a tradition of storytelling that Stone decided to follow. The author of Montana Dawn, Stone currently resides with his loving and supportive wife, Cindy, who is also an author, as well as storyteller and children's entertainer.

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Praise for the western novels of Stone Wallace

“This unusual Western mines some fairly fresh ground...The plot is engaging in a Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid kind of way.”—Booklist

“Stone Wallace will become an institution to Western fans.” —Tommy Lightfoot Garrett, San Francisco News

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