[Free eBook] Coyote Breed by Alan David [Western Adventure Novel]

Coyote Breed by Alan David, a pseudonym for the prolific multi-genre author Donald S. Rowland, is his western historical action adventure novel, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press’ Pioneering imprint.

This was originally published in 1984 by Robert Hale, under the pseudonym Stuart McHugh. The story stars a Texas Ranger, ambushed and left for dead by outlaws who killed his colleagues, planning an undercover revenge scheme against them which is complicated by the fact that the small town locals seem to keep recognizing him. Offered worldwide, available at Amazon.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide @ Amazon

Dead man walking…

When Chet Boardman, Texas Ranger, arrives in Burnt Hill hot on the trail of the ruthless Coyote gang, he doesn’t expect to run into them so quickly.

But they get the drop on him and leave him bleeding to death in the desert.

But it takes more than that to finish off Chet Boardman.

Now he’s not just after the gang, but revenge as well.

Five rangers have already been killed by The Coyotes and Chet Boardman is going to have to keep his wits about him and his identity to himself, if he doesn’t want to be the sixth.

Of course, the first person he runs into finds his papers proving he’s a ranger.

And then the beautiful singer down at the Saloon recognises him straight away.

To make matters worse, there’s a leak down at the law office so once the Sheriff finds out the whole town will know.

But Chet isn’t giving up easy and he’s determined to bring The Coyotes to justice even if he has to do it single-handed.

Coyote Breed is a thrilling tale of intrigue, revenge and honour, perfect for fans of Louis L’Amour and Zane Grey.


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