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Jess leaves Halo, Texas, and Harvey Shane behind him as he travels to the town of Burton where two young girls were brutally raped and murdered by a crazed killer by the name of Orin Kaiser. After meeting with their mother, he promises to hunt Kaiser down and make him pay dearly for their murders. Things take a turn for the worse and Jess finds himself stuck in the town of Jess leaves Halo, Texas, and Harvey Shane behind him as he travels to the town of Burton where two young girls were brutally raped and murdered by a crazed killer by the name of Orin Kaiser. After meeting with their mother, he promises to hunt Kaiser down and make him pay dearly for their murders. Things take a turn for the worse and Jess finds himself stuck in the town of Platteville, staying with a woman and her young son. But staying in one place for too long proves to be a dangerous thing for Jess and everyone around him. He finds himself in some deadly confrontations and knows he has to leave town soon, but he feels a debt of gratitude to the woman and young boy and it’s against his nature to cut and run from trouble. The hunt for Kaiser proves to be one of the most difficult and protracted ones, but he gets the help he needs from Shadow, a huge intelligent timber wolf who acts more like a human. Jess’s job is to bring Orin Kaiser to justice, but Shadow’s job is to make sure Jess doesn’t get killed in the process.


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Jess leaves Halo, Texas, and Harvey Shane behind him as he travels to the town of Burton where two young girls were brutally raped and murdered by a crazed killer by the name of Orin Kaiser. After meeting with their mother, he promises to hunt Kaiser down and make him pay dearly for their murders. Things take a turn for the worse and Jess finds himself stuck in the town of Jess leaves Halo, Texas, and Harvey Shane behind him as he travels to the town of Burton where two young girls were brutally raped and murdered by a crazed killer by the name of Orin Kaiser. After meeting with their mother, he promises to hunt Kaiser down and make him pay dearly for their murders. Things take a turn for the worse and Jess finds himself stuck in the town of Platteville, staying with a woman and her young son. But staying in one place for too long proves to be a dangerous thing for Jess and everyone around him. He finds himself in some deadly confrontations and knows he has to leave town soon, but he feels a debt of gratitude to the woman and young boy and it’s against his nature to cut and run from trouble. The hunt for Kaiser proves to be one of the most difficult and protracted ones, but he gets the help he needs from Shadow, a huge intelligent timber wolf who acts more like a human. Jess’s job is to bring Orin Kaiser to justice, but Shadow’s job is to make sure Jess doesn’t get killed in the process.

30 review for CHASING EVIL: Fifty-Eighth in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 58)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jim A

    Rather good tale with two plots. Primary is chasing a serial killer. Secondary, dealing with other land baron and his crew of gun slingers.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Heather Connolly

    Still Great Stories All the Jess Williams books have had good story lines and strong character profiles. I haven't enjoyed western this much since Louis L'Amour's Sackett series. Shadow gets more talented with every "guest" appearance", though Mr. Thomas did miss putting a capital on his name several times in "Chasing Evil". I would like to see Jess go back to Black Creek or Dundee again soon. Nothing super violent, but I would like to revisit some of his 'homefolk' and get a sneak at some of his Still Great Stories All the Jess Williams books have had good story lines and strong character profiles. I haven't enjoyed western this much since Louis L'Amour's Sackett series. Shadow gets more talented with every "guest" appearance", though Mr. Thomas did miss putting a capital on his name several times in "Chasing Evil". I would like to see Jess go back to Black Creek or Dundee again soon. Nothing super violent, but I would like to revisit some of his 'homefolk' and get a sneak at some of his investments - in people and places.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tom Ruark

    A man and his wolf This book was exciting, funny, action packed. Please don't ever let the wolf get killed. He brings a little extra heart to the stories. I believe in law and order but it's sometimes necessary to escape into a world where justice is served as well. Keep writing these books. I also love the humor that you have added. A man and his wolf This book was exciting, funny, action packed. Please don't ever let the wolf get killed. He brings a little extra heart to the stories. I believe in law and order but it's sometimes necessary to escape into a world where justice is served as well. Keep writing these books. I also love the humor that you have added.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Anthony R Woods

    One bad man. It makes you wonder why God made some men. They are are worse than bad, they are Evil. Thank God for Jess Williams, a good man who kills these types of men. Great story with some great characters and Shadow.

  5. 4 out of 5

    JANE

    Chasing Evil: Well I will be starting number 59 next. I guess you can see it doesn't take me long to read Jess's books. After being in hospital 90 days from this covid 19. Started reading your books. Enjoy them.JD Chasing Evil: Well I will be starting number 59 next. I guess you can see it doesn't take me long to read Jess's books. After being in hospital 90 days from this covid 19. Started reading your books. Enjoy them.JD

  6. 4 out of 5

    Masina Lane

    Sadistic Killer Hunt Another great Bounty Hunter novel by Thomas. Jess in on the hunt for a sadistic killer who enjoys raping and butchering victims. I will be ordering fifty-ninth in the series tonight. I highly recommend this author.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Peter Cornell

    One of the best yet This is one of the best one yet. Jess is right on, working hard to make sure that the west is cleaned up from the trash piling up in all the town's. One of the best yet This is one of the best one yet. Jess is right on, working hard to make sure that the west is cleaned up from the trash piling up in all the town's.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    Jess Williams, always a good read!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dennis F. Hyde

    Chasing Evil 58th in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns Robert J ThomS has a way of spin ing scale of the wild west. Somehow7 his works just keep getting better. I especially like the addition of Jess's side kick Shadow. All you western fans will enjoy this book. I highly recommend it. It is another one of those "can't putter downers.". So giddy up. Chasing Evil 58th in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns Robert J ThomS has a way of spin ing scale of the wild west. Somehow7 his works just keep getting better. I especially like the addition of Jess's side kick Shadow. All you western fans will enjoy this book. I highly recommend it. It is another one of those "can't putter downers.". So giddy up.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Vic Somerville

    Great stories, and I hope that there is more to come.The only negative comments I have is the audio where they carry on conversations at over five hundred yards. Great stories, and I hope that there is more to come. The only negative comments I have is the audio where they carry on conversations at over five hundred yards. I WIN MY HEARING WAS THAT GOOD.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Lee Wood

    "THE AVENAGER" Crazy and must loco..The modern description that describes the kind of men that Jess Williams hunts falls under psychopath and or sociopath. It's whatever you decide to label these miscreants who are certainly scary and very dangerous to society. JESSE is a man killer/bounty hunter or for a better description, a black-op, western style.. How bout his partner, "SHADOW", I think he's been sent by the same Oracle that provided the "fancy gun" that Jesse wears. Shadow seems to present "THE AVENAGER" Crazy and must loco..The modern description that describes the kind of men that Jess Williams hunts falls under psychopath and or sociopath. It's whatever you decide to label these miscreants who are certainly scary and very dangerous to society. JESSE is a man killer/bounty hunter or for a better description, a black-op, western style.. How bout his partner, "SHADOW", I think he's been sent by the same Oracle that provided the "fancy gun" that Jesse wears. Shadow seems to present himself when the powers that protect Jesse feels he needs extra protection, Shadow appears...makes you wonder..right..Robert J. Thomas, each adventure/plot is always the same of Jesse Williams, kill that crazy psychopathic, loco hombres going from settlements, attacking out of the way ranches creating nothing but chaos and death..great adventures..

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jim

    Another very good novel by this author. I very much enjoyed reading this novel and recommend it to everyone.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Susan Moore

    I've enjoyed Jess Williams series. Mr. Thomas, I like your series. But, I'm tired of paying for books that come out too fast because you don't bother to use spellchecker. There are so many mistakes that I've just had my fill. Many good authors sell cheaper and they don't continually make mistakes that could easily be fixed during a re-read or edit. Goodbye and thanks for the stories. I've enjoyed Jess Williams series. Mr. Thomas, I like your series. But, I'm tired of paying for books that come out too fast because you don't bother to use spellchecker. There are so many mistakes that I've just had my fill. Many good authors sell cheaper and they don't continually make mistakes that could easily be fixed during a re-read or edit. Goodbye and thanks for the stories.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Martha Peebles

    Fantastic I so enjoy reading these books on Jess Williams. He always goes after the really bad men. And he helps the ones who are left behind. Love, love, love these books.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jeannie Metrovich

    Read it too fast Excellent as always. Read it in two days now I have it wait for the next one to come out

  16. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    Good story Another good tale for Jess Williams fans! Loved reading about Shadow again, wish he could continue to be a part of the series.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Stuart Mcgregor

  18. 5 out of 5

    Milford Walker

  19. 4 out of 5

    RCSue

  20. 4 out of 5

    Charles T. Black

  21. 4 out of 5

    Robert W. Owen

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ross Carter

  23. 4 out of 5

    Harold Ashley

  24. 5 out of 5

    Wilma Hamilton

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dana Hill

  26. 4 out of 5

    Fred R Lawson

  27. 4 out of 5

    cindy mcburney

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mary Lou Templin

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jay Gottleber

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mary Susan Dalton

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