The bestselling Western author continues his bold saga of the American frontier, where one man fights for the very survival of the town called Fury.
It’s hard country, but the pioneers of Fury (Pop. 112) are banding together to make it a home. With barren lands, blinding dust storms, drought, hostile Apaches, and violent bands of cutthroat outlaws against them, death is never far away. It’s enough to make Jason Fury, whose father the town was named after, ride out for San Francisco. But a fiery young redhead named Megan McDonald keeps him Arizona bound—and just in time. When another Apache attack finds the marshal’s badge pinned to Jason’s unwilling chest, he turns out to be the right man to do whatever it takes—for . . .
A Town Called Fury
Praise for the novels of William W. Johnstone
“[A] rousing, two-fisted saga of the growing American frontier.” —Publishers Weekly on Eyes of Eagles“There’s plenty of gunplay and fast-paced action as this old-time hero proves again that a steady eye and quick reflexes are the keys to survival on the Western frontier.” —Curled Up with a Good Book on Dead Before Sundown