Dance with the Devil

Dance with the Devil Johnny Fierro s a gunfighter maybe the best He s hunted trouble and a reputation all his life But the killings and the range wars have worn him out and brought him to a point where he would welcome d

  • Title: Dance with the Devil
  • Author: J.D. March
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Johnny Fierro s a gunfighter, maybe the best He s hunted trouble and a reputation all his life But the killings and the range wars have worn him out and brought him to a point where he would welcome death until he hears that his estranged and hated father faces a battle to hold onto his land in the Cimarron Valley Fierro has sworn to kill his father and this is too gooJohnny Fierro s a gunfighter, maybe the best He s hunted trouble and a reputation all his life But the killings and the range wars have worn him out and brought him to a point where he would welcome death until he hears that his estranged and hated father faces a battle to hold onto his land in the Cimarron Valley Fierro has sworn to kill his father and this is too good an opportunity to miss What he hasn t bargained for is a share of the ranch, or a brother he never knew existed While his upright, authoritarian father and Harvard educated brother struggle to come to terms with his violent past and vicious reputation, Fierro wrestles with the unwelcome realization that his mother didn t tell him the whole story about the past He doesn t know what to believe, but he has to make a choice when the bullets start flying.

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    1 thought on “Dance with the Devil”

    1. I love how genres never really go away, even those that have maybe fallen out of favour like Westerns. They just reinvent themselves and carry on.In the days of the Western’s Hollywood, Louis L'Amour prime, the hero would have been fine, upright, honest, brave and truthful. And white. He’d have a firm hero’s chin and steadfast blue eyes squinting against the sun as he faced down the villain. He might be tempted, briefly, by the saloon girl, but something always happened – usually she die [...]

    2. Obviously, this author does not ascribe to the Ten Commandments, especially the eighth one "Thou shalt not steal".

    3. I love how genres never really go away, even those that have maybe fallen out of favour like Westerns. They just reinvent themselves and carry on.In the days of the Western’s Hollywood, Louis L'Amour prime, the hero would have been fine, upright, honest, brave and truthful. And white. He’d have a firm hero’s chin and steadfast blue eyes squinting against the sun as he faced down the villain. He might be tempted, briefly, by the saloon girl, but something always happened – usually she die [...]

    4. Most western novels tend to be a bit melodramatic and this one no different. However, there is a fine line between melodramatic and hokey. For me this one never quite crossed that line.The main character is a gunfighter struggling to accept changing his life and getting out of the business. This is book one of a series and it's interesting enough that I'll be checking out the later books. There is enough left unexplained about Johnny Fierro that I want to learn more.If you like westerns, it's a [...]

    5. I'm not sure how this book got on my to-read list but it was good; I'm glad it did. It's an old-fashioned western.My only complaint is the way the lead character was referred to by two different names denoting two aspects of his life - almost like multiple personalities. He even referred to himself in the third-person that way. I began to grit my teeth when they talked about him almost as another person.

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