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eBook Blood Bounty (Shiloh) download ISBN: 1557737444
Author: Dalton Walker
Publisher: Diamond Books (July 1, 1992)
Language: English
ePub: 1438 kb
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Category: Literature
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ISBN 10: 1557737444 ISBN 13: 9781557737441. Publisher: Diamond Books, 1992. Book by Walker, Dalton.

Shiloh trades blows with Beck's lowlife son Elias and knows it won't be long before Elias attempts to kill him. He also knows that if he has to kill Elias, Cephas will pay any price for revenge on anyone who hurts his boy. Fate has other ideas and Elias meets a cruel death under the hooves of a feroucious wild stallion.

Dalton Walker has written: 'Vengeance Trail (Shiloh)'. Hell Town (Shiloh Book, 5)'. 'Blood Bounty (Shiloh)'. Hell Town (Shiloh, No 5)'. 'Shiloh (The New Bounty Hunter Series, 1)'. 'The Hunted (Shiloh, 4)'. 'Blood Bounty (Shiloh, No 8)'. 'Desert Hell (Shiloh, 2)'. 'Hell Town (Shiloh Book, 5)'. Vengeance Trail (Shiloh, No 7)'. 'Sidewider (Shiloh Book, 6)'.

These stories have been previously published

These stories have been previously published. They have been revised and expanded for digital distribution. Written by Shiloh Walker and Sydney CroftThese stories have been previously published. Don't Walk Awayby Shiloh WalkerTen years ago, former Army Ranger Ethan Raintree made one hell of choic. eep on lying, or tell the woman he loved the truth. He decided to tell the truth, and she threw him out of her life.

Dalton Walker - the complete book list. Shiloh - 2. Blood Bounty. Title Title Genre Genre Date (oldest) Date (newest). Shiloh - 8. Hell Town.

The Bounty Hunter Bloods are a street gang, part of the Bloods, originally founded in the Nickerson Gardens neighborhood in Los Angeles

The Bounty Hunter Bloods are a street gang, part of the Bloods, originally founded in the Nickerson Gardens neighborhood in Los Angeles. They were first originally known as the "Green Jackets" and were started in 1969 by Gary Barker and Bobby Jack. The Bounty Hunter Bloods can also be found in Tennessee, Delaware, Missouri, North Carolina, and Virginia.

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Shiloh Western, No. 8
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Cephas Beck was a mean old man, a mean rich old man. Shiloh trades blows with Beck's lowlife son Elias and knows it won't be long before Elias attempts to kill him. He also knows that if he has to kill Elias, Cephas will pay any price for revenge on anyone who hurts his boy.

Fate has other ideas and Elias meets a cruel death under the hooves of a feroucious wild stallion. Now Cephas's greedy dreams of racing this magnificent horse came crashing down in a madman's rage for vengeance - and Shiloh is hired to track a mount fit for the Devil himself!

Gary McCarthy, author of books seven and eight of the Shiloh series, was around this time writing his Horsemen series and this plot could easily have been adapted to fit that series so it seems McCarthy was in a phase of writing books featuring horses. Not a bad thing as it presents a new slant on the bounty hunting trade by having Shiloh tracking a horse instead of a man.

McCarthy's Shiloh doesn't come across quite the same as the man created by the original author, Henry Schlesinger, he comes across as a much better educated man in thoughts and speach. The dreams that are supposed to haunt Shiloh are almost non-existant and he isn't as quick to use his fists or guns, would rather look for other options to solve his problems than using violence. At times I found myself picturing another character that McCarthy writes about in place of Shiloh, that person being Custis Long of the Longarm series.

Having said all that I found this story to be an entertaining read, a book filled with action and an interesting plot. The ending of this book being a satisfying conclusion to not only the story but to the series.