The Lone Star Rider (Westward Saga Western) (A Western Adventure Fiction)

The Lone Star Rider (Westward Saga Western) (A Western Adventure Fiction)

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Title:The Lone Star Rider (Westward Saga Western) (A Western Adventure Fiction)
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    The Lone Star Rider (Westward Saga Western) (A Western Adventure Fiction) Reviews

  • Peggy Pancherz

    Good bookRead all of the books in order to really enjoy. Storyline continues to grow and develop. Characters are realistic and get better and better. ...

  • Becky Kincaid

    Great read!Loved all the characters in this book. The story delivers drama, adventure, and a little romance. I recommend this book, and it sure will not disappoint!...

  • Bill Hooten

    The characters were pretty good -- I mean the bad guy was bad, the good guys were good, and the damsels needed to be rescued. The story moved along well, and kept my interest. The thing that bothered ...

  • Sandra Whittiker

    The Lone Star Rider (Westward Saga Western)Jesse was a Sheriff in a small town who received a letter from his aunt and uncle who lived in Snake Root to inform him of his cousin, Noah was dead. Jesse h...

  • Carrie J

    Does the term, proofread, sound familiar? It was really hard to follow along smoothly while trying to figure out who was the subject. Paterson revolvers have to be completely disassembled to reload. T...

  • Connie Skief

    Great story about a sheriff's cousinA plea for help that came too late! Unravelling what happened to his cousin, what is happening to his aunt and uncle and their town is confusing at best. But he is ...

  • Steve Cervas

    Another one of the Frank Wheeler series of Western Sagas. I love how he weaves the characters from the other books into all three of these in the series. These are all easy to read with lots of action...

  • Carl Johnson

    Extremely confusing Author kept mixing up character names thru entire bookMade it hard to keep track of what was really going on. Story line okay once you figured out what character he was really talk...

  • Richard L Colemere

    Everybody needs a hero..This is my first read with Wheeler. I enjoyed the story and the flow of each character. I'm looking forward to reading more. One comment is he needs an editor. He uses wrong na...

  • Edgar

    FrankI enjoyed reading this book. For much of the story it seemed the bad guys would win but in the end right prevailed. ...