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Author: GP Hutchinson
Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars
In 1876 the seemingly impossible happened in San Antonio, Texas–Emmett Strong, a prodigy of a pistolero, accidentally shot his own young wife in a showdown gone awry.
Five years later, death again visits Emmett’s family. And now, want to or not, he’s going to have to overcome his reluctance to draw his six-gun if he’s to catch and bring to justice the crazed gunman who murdered his brother. The pursuit of his brother’s killer takes him all the way to Nevada’s Comstock country where the assassin has taken refuge with rich and powerful kin.
Among the many unforeseen situations Emmett encounters in Nevada is forbidden love when he falls for Li Xu, the fascinating daughter of Chinese immigrants. But before the relationship has time to bloom, Li Xu disappears–kidnapped along with five other young women.
Can Emmett afford to leave off the chase of his brother’s murderer to search for and rescue the women? Can he afford not to? With success hanging on quick thinking and quick shooting, can he take one last shot at both love and retribution?
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About the Author:
Award-winning author GP Hutchinson is a high school teacher who devotes as much time as possible to the craft of writing. He is a member of Western Writers of America. Hutchinson’s passion for Westerns started when he was sixteen years old, when he wrote a research paper titled “The Cowboy in American Literature.” His influences include artists Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, as well as Western author Elmore Leonard. It is his goal to blend the terse style of the modern thriller with many of the conventions of the classic Western to create stories that capture the hearts and imaginations of today’s readers. Hutchinson, a father of three and grandfather of eight, lives in the upstate of South Carolina with his wife, Carolyn. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University and Dallas Theological Seminary who has also lived and studied in Costa Rica and Spain.
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