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Author: Andrew J. Fenady
ISBN: 0786234822
Pages: 435 pages
Publisher: Thorndike Pr (November 1, 2001)
Language: English
Category: Genre Fiction
Size ePUB: 1265 kb
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Rating: 4.4
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e-Book There Came a Stranger epub download

by Andrew J. Fenady



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There came a stranger. by. Fenady, Andrew J. Publication date. Custer, George A. (George Armstrong), 1839-1876, Large type books. One Adam Dawson rode West. Andrew J. Fenady has published many novels, including The Summer of Jack London and The Rebel Johnny Yuma

There Came a Stranger. Praise for There Came a Stranger. Fenady has published many novels, including The Summer of Jack London and The Rebel Johnny Yuma. He owns a production company in Los Angeles and is a member of the Western Writers of America. He lives in Los Angeles.

just a great book from fenady again. i've been a fan for years and stranger really hits the mark. if you haven't read his other books you should. nice, quick, fun, easy reading. something light and entertaining for a sunday afternoon.

Adam Dawson is the stranger travelling west through Texas. Books related to There Came a Stranger. He's left the army and his best friend Autie because he's done with killing, and the two go hand in hand. He fought for years under Autie (everyone else knows him as Custer) and his Wolverines, and he wears the red bandana to prove it. But blood starts to boil when the stranger comes to town, and blood starts to spill. Dawson finds himself in the middle of a land war and a love war, and nobody but nobody can make Dawson kill again.

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Halloween
Adam Dawson saw more than his share of action riding with Custer's unit in the Civil War. Now that the fighting and killing are over, he wants nothing more than to drift peacefully toward the West. His journey through Texas lands him in the path of Chad Walker, a man who lost his ability to care about anything as a result of the same war. Chad takes Adam under his wing, giving him a job at the ranch. Unfortunately, trouble follows the man who still wears the red neckerchief of Custer's soldiers. There Came a Stranger is an interesting read for the history buff and the non-history buff alike. His straightforward, unembellished writing style starkly portrays a fictional account of life in post war America. His characters' actions are well defined even through the difficult challenges they face. Their angst is palpable; the bleakness of the landscape and of life comes alive. Elsie Moyer
Xinetan
just a great book from fenady again. i've been a fan for years and stranger really hits the mark. if you haven't read his other books you should. nice, quick, fun, easy reading. something light and entertaining for a sunday afternoon. highly recommended.
Bless–°hild
I enjoyed the first book I read by the author,( The Trespassers) but can't say much about this one. It was more like a soap opera with little real action and jumped from place to place so I lost interest in a few spots. Another thing that bothered me was the repeated attemps to make Geoge Armstrong Custer a super hero when any reader of the indian wars or civil war knows he was like Patton of WW 11, a egotistical commander with little regard for his troops. A poor tactition as proven by his last battle. It adds nothing to the book except taking up pages. I have 2 more I havn't read yet and hope they are better than this one.