[Free eBook] No Mercy by Philip McCormac [Western Historical Action Novel]

No Mercy by Philip McCormac is his standalone western historical action novel, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press’ Pioneering imprint.

This was originally published in 2007 by Robert Hale using the title Zacchaeus Wolf. The story stars a notorious notorious former Civil War soldier trying to settle down into a quiet new life, only to have old enemies come looking for revenge upon him, forcing him to once again retaliate or be killed.

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There’s a reason Major Zacchaeus Wolfe was known as the Grey Wolf during the Civil War.

The Federal forces put a price on his head, but Wolfe didn’t go into hiding.

When the war ends, however, the soldier tries to settle into the quiet life of a rancher. Wolfe aims to become a family, rather than fighting, man.

But the bitterness of past conflicts will not die.

A vengeful woman, Tamara, succeeds in having him thrown into prison for the killing of her sons – and with Wolfe safely caged she sets out to destroy his family.

Wolfe bides his time and makes a dramatic escape from captivity.

Gravely wounded during his escape, the soldier makes plans for his own particular brand of vengeance.

The Grey Wolf smells blood and will have no mercy on the people who tried to destroy him.

No Mercy is a classic adventure of the old West.


Author: Alexander the Drake

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