Nemesis

Nemesis The fools killed his familyen made him a lawman This wild and wooly western in the Louis L a tradition comes from renowned author L J Martin whose over novels have brought compelling reading to

  • Title: Nemesis
  • Author: L.J. Martin
  • ISBN: 9781885339287
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • The fools killed his familyen made him a lawman This wild and wooly western, in the Louis L a tradition, comes from renowned author L J Martin, whose over 20 novels have brought compelling reading to so many McBain, broken and beaten from the Civil war, is reluctant to return to his family, as a snake dwells in his belly and he can t get the images out of hisThe fools killed his familyen made him a lawman This wild and wooly western, in the Louis L a tradition, comes from renowned author L J Martin, whose over 20 novels have brought compelling reading to so many McBain, broken and beaten from the Civil war, is reluctant to return to his family, as a snake dwells in his belly and he can t get the images out of his minduntil he learns his sister and her family have been murdered Then it s retribution time.

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    1. Good old "shoot the bad guys" western. Had great fun reading it. I hope to be a cowboy in my next life.First ParagraphsChapter One   It’s been fifteen years since I’ve killed a man. At least a man against whom I held a grudge, the recent unpleasentries excluded as in the smoke and haze of battle you seldom saw the face of a man you dispatched. And that whole affair seemed President Lincoln’s grudge and only my duty as a sworn soldier. Not that the taste in your mouth is any sweeter for th [...]

    2. Westerns are not my usual cup of tea. I prefer mysteries, thrillers, etc However, I have read several books by L J Martin, (non-westerns) and have thoroughly enjoyed them. Because of this, when I saw "Nemesis", I grabbed it. Might as well see if he can write a good western, was my thought, especially since I have nothing better to do right now.Well! L J Martin CAN write a good western! I read it all in one sitting and even forgot to munch on my dish of pretzels. My recommendation to you is to gi [...]

    3. I like a good western novel but I usually don't read them in one sitting. This book was the exception! I found it very captivating and didn't want to be interupted. Enjoyed reading and will be reading more in the series.

    4. This tough, gritty, western that sometimes makes you want to look the other way, would have had Sam Peckinpah chomping at the bit to get at it. And I never saw the ending coming! Well Done, L.J.!! Already got Book 2 and looking forward to reading it! You and McBain have a new fan!!

    5. Nemesis is one of those "one dollar make you holler" e-novels from amazon. I got it for free from one of the daily digests of free e-books. I wouldn't have paid for it, but it wasn't bad for a free novel. Lots of typos, misused or missing words, and editing problems, but the story line was adequate and it served to while away the time spent on airplanes. Standard revenge-based story. A Civil War veteran with more fighting skill than sense gets word that his sister and her family have been wiped [...]

    6. Haven't read many westerns since Zane Grey as a kid but quite enjoyed this 'slap leather or crawl' gun play. Not that there was much 'High Noon' man to man quick draw stuff and was thus probably more true to life in the real back-shooting Wild West.I like the tone of voice which to my mind gave it an authentic feel. McBain came across as a man from the 1880s even if his dialogue or vocab wasn't valid. (I have no idea as to the actual accuracy). His character was consistent and I could largely be [...]

    7. This is the story of McBain a lone mountainman who upon learning of the murder of his sister and her two children firmly sets his sights on revenge. An eye for an eye. He travels to Nemesis the town that harbors the killers led by Mace Dillon a wealthy cattle rancher. Upon arrival McBain thwarts a bank robbery and ends up as the town Marshall, which gives him perfect access to formulate his revenge.In some aspects this is a traditional western book. Lone gunman taking on great odds to see justic [...]

    8. McBain has spent the fifteen years since the end of the Civil War enjoying his time in the mountains. When he receives word that his sister, her husband and two kids have been murdered, he heads to Nemesis, NV to find that the only witness to these killings has also been murdered. He quickly endears himself to the town by foiling a bank robbery and is hired to be the town Marshall. Having an evil land baron helps set the tone for what is to come. I read this book in one day, not because it was a [...]

    9. I only just purchased a few hours ago and couldn't wait to post a review. What a fun read. Classically entertaining!!! If you love westerns then you will absolutely adore Mr. Pettigrew. I'm going to have to check and see if it's in print then send a copy to my Grandfather. He loves westerns as well.

    10. I don't typically like westerns but seeing that it took place where I used to live in Montana, I thought I would give it a try. I was pleasantly surprised with how quickly I took to McBain.

    11. I haven't read a western in a long a time and I'm glad I picked this one, it was a really good, easy shoot 'em up read!

    12. This is an excellent Western, written in classic style. The voice is true, as are the western "code" and grit. I will read many more from L.J!artin.

    13. Got about 7% through this and I love to listen to western books but just the same old stuff - not interested

    14. This was a fun, hokey, dern good Western. No shortage of colloquialisms, actually I think there is one in every paragraph, but that's what paints the Western landscape in this book.

    15. I got this book from bookbub for 99 cents. Really not a bad book, just your typical revenge story set in the west after the Civil War. I might read some more of the books this author has written.

    16. Best ever !!! Loved this story. It’s an absolute cracker tale of revenge, but with so much more. If you are ever going to read a western – make it this one, you won’t be disappointed.

    17. FamilyYou will do almost any thing for them. in the old west you can sometimes getaway with it if you hold your temper, plan , and have friends.

    18. This was the first L.J. Martin book that I read and I enjoyed it so much that I immediately downloaded 3 more of his books. A great read!

    19. A good westernMy father in law loved western's. When after cancer and memo made him bed ridden I would read to him even though they were not my favorite.

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