Lone McGantry: A Western Double

Lone McGantry: A Western Double

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WAYNE D. DUNDEE DELIVERS A SERIES FULL OF TWISTS AND TURNS THAT WILL LEAVE YOU BREATHLESS.

Lone McGantry is a former Indian scout for the Army, now in his late thirties, a drifting horse wrangler, cowboy and guide. He’s not fully ready to settle down but leaning gradually toward that lifestyle if he could find the right conditions.

In this duo of The Dismal River and Reckoning at Rainrock dark secrets are revealed and complex dangers have to be faced before true justice is served.

“…characters so real that you can smell the sweat and gunpowder as the situation builds toward the inevitable showdown…”

Title:Lone McGantry: A Western Double
Edition Language:English
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    Lone McGantry: A Western Double Reviews

  • D. E.

    A WDD. Double Western Action Adventure (LM) (AWD)WDD. has penned two western action adventures s, under one title, which begins with (1) Dismal River and (2) Rainrock Reckoning. The first story is abo...

  • Eben B. Marsh

    Unnecessarily longI choose the book looking for a good western author. The story line was trite, the characters predictable and the author tries to make up for the shallow plot by adding way too much ...

  • Lowell Ross

    A superb read...

  • Joseph M. Karakas

    I just loved living back there. Glad to be back here, though....

  • Beverly Painter

    Didn't care for it and stopped reading....

  • Anthony R Woods

    Excellent western storiesLone McGantry is a man among men. Tough but gentleman who has been a scout, a bounty hunter and frontier guide. Both stories were excellent....

  • David

    Good Read Lone McGantry is written by a man who knows the west, or has read a damn lot about it. Fast paced , exciting, and authentic. Mr Dundee keeps you interested right up to the last page. Highly ...

  • Larry Killebrew

    Great westernFirst I’ve read of this author. He did not disappoint, plenty of blind alleys, plenty of bad guys turned good and visa versa. And in the end... well let’s just say, it is true to the ...

  • Steve

    Really good Western, up there with Louis L'Amour, who I think of as "Gold Standard"McGantry is a real person, not perfect, not omnipotent, living in a period when the West is transitioning from "Wild"...

  • Charles Castell

    A couple of great western "who dunnits" that kept me guessing what the next episodes might entail. Plenty of suspenseful moments throughout these two stories to pacify anyone's expectations, and the f...