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Arizona! Where there is no law and order, the renegade will prety on the weak and innocent West of Yuma, beneath the red sandstone bluffs, the comancheros reigned with brutal terror A motley crew of savagte men, they rode with lust in their hearts and cruelty on their minds For until brave men rose up to stop them, these desperadoes like evil doers everywhere made fear their ally in a battle for the landIZONA To a sun scorched frontier the Winchester rifle promised redemption from a hell of outlaw tyranny In the hands of brave cavalry officers such as Cindy Holt s new husband, Reed Kerr, this superior weapon could be the ture peacemaker of the West But treachery has no honor, and an ambush could cut down youth and hope, not just in Yuma, but abroad, where Wet Pointer Capt Henry Blake undertook a dangerous secret missionand in Kentucky where famous scout Toby Holt son of legendary wagonmaster Whip Holt took aim at a scoundrel s heart These men are forced to face their most dangerous enemies and with their hearts, minds, and bullets, protect and defend family, country, and decency in the epic ARIZONA

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 303 pages
  • Arizona!
  • Dana Fuller Ross
  • English
  • 23 February 2019
  • 0553270656

About the Author: Dana Fuller Ross

Dana Fuller Ross is a pseudonym used by Noel B Gerson and James M Reasoner.Noel Gearson specializes in historical military novels, westerns, and mysteries He also writes under the pseudonyms, Dana Fuller Ross , Anne Marie Burgess Michael Burgess Nicholas Gorham Paul Lewis Leon Phillips Donald Clayton Porter Philip Vail and Carter A Vaughan He has writtenthan 325 novels James Reasoner pictured is an American writer He is the author ofthan 150 books and many short stories in a career spanningthan thirty years Reasoner has used at least nineteen pseudonyms, in addition to his own name Jim Austin Peter Danielson Terrance Duncan Tom Early Wesley Ellis Tabor Evans Jake Foster William Grant Matthew Hart Livia James Mike Jameson Justin Ladd Jake Logan Hank Mitchum Lee Morgan J.L Reasoner with his wife Dana Fuller Ross Adam Rutledge and Jon Sharpe Since most of Reasoner s books were written as part of various existing Western fiction series, many of his pseudonyms were publishing house names that may have been used by other authors who contributed to those series



10 thoughts on “Arizona!

  1. says:

    I m getting near the end of The Fifties and have kind of impulsively decided to start another book This one is a part of a series from the 80 s that presents a historical fiction tale set in mostly western states Except for the first book Independence and the last book, all are titled after a specific state except for Dakota two states I assume This book was the latest in the publishing line as of the printing of this particular paperback A bit of research reveals that there were I m getting near the end of The Fifties and have kind of impulsively decided to start another book This one is a part of a series from the 80 s that presents a historical fiction tale set in mostly western states Except for the first book Independence and the last book, all are titled after a specific state except for Dakota two states I assume This book was the latest in the publishing line as of the printing of this particular paperback A bit of research reveals that there were threebooks in the series after this one The author s name is a pen for team of two writers.Well into this book now and am wondering when the Arizona part will take plot precedence So far there s been precious little time spent there and the part visited is Yuma, which is way down in the SW corner Otherwise, we ve spenttime in Europe WTF I m getting near the homestretch in this one and have decided to lower my rating to 2.5 merely because of false representation in both the title and the cover illustration Last night s reading FINALLY settled into some nice action in the SW Arizona desert, but then moved on back to Kentucky and will no doubt be moving to Spain tonight Then there are theminor side scenes that took place during a cholera outbreak in Independence, Missouri visited by folks from the Columbia River valley in the Pacific Northwest Interesting coincidence a few nights ago I read the short story by Alan Gurganis sp in the latest New Yorker ALSO about a cholera outbreak, though this one took place some 25 years earlier in western Illinois BTW, the time of this story stories, actually is 1873 I can only wonder at why a book titled Arizona has so far had so little to do with the place By the end of the book not one of the books main characters except for the body of a dead guy is physically present in the Arizona Territory Sheesh The widow of the dead guy actually winds up in Maine at the end of this book In the company as in teacher student with a fictionalized Winslow Homer.Ahhhh the ending of the book plus the little back of the book promo for New Mexico the next to last book in the series clued me in to the fact that this book is actually a chapter in an ongoing saga, which continues in New Mexico whatever 2.5 rounds down to 2

  2. says:

    May sound somewhat repetitive here but I got hooked on the first book and it was like an addiction.The author shows how the westward movement affected families and individuals while placing them within history itself.

  3. says:

    I was disappointed I enjoy historical fiction, but this one really didn t give me a good sense of the land and the times It felt very disjointed as it jumped around to different states and countries and their characters And as far as the plot there were only a few suspenseful moments.

  4. says:

    This was entertaining, but I was hoping for the setting to be Arizona Maybe two chapters took place in AZ and the rest were elsewhere.

  5. says:

    Ross, Dana Fuller PB

  6. says:

    W Ros

  7. says:

    one of my favorite books in this series hasof the old West flavor, which some books had lost.

  8. says:

    Second Time I am Reading this Series.

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