When it comes to gun-blazing, bone-crushing action, no one tells a tale like acclaimed Western writer Peter Brandvold. These are the violent days (and reckless nights) of Lou Prophet, as told to his ink-stained confessor. Most of these recollections are brutal. Others are bloody. Some might even be true …
Last Stage To Hell
What do you get when you take one stagecoach out of Denver, add a thousand-or-so bullets whizzing past your head, while sitting next to two headless corpses caught in the crossfire? If your name is Lou Prophet, you get revenge. Raucous, rowdy, ruthless revenge. Next question?
Devil By The Tail
How do you catch a fork-tongued demon who’s busted out of prison to wreak all sorts of unholy hell on a small Texas town? If you’re Lou Prophet, you team up with red-hot Louisa Bonaventura, aka “The Vengeance Queen,” and cut a swath of merciless Prophet mayhem in return.
Due process be damned . . .
Praise for Peter Brandvold
“A storyteller who knows the West.”—Bill Brooks, author of Stolen Horses
“A writer to watch.”—Spur Award-winning author Jory Sherman
“Action-packed . . . for fans of traditional westerns.”—Booklist