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Looking for a great new mystery series? Three western writers begin their journeys with tales of wide-open skies, death in the dust, Native American mysticism, greed, lust, friendship, and honor. Law enforcement agents and Native American players partner and sometimes clash on the unpredictable path toward truth and justice.  Western authors Mark Reps, R Lawson Gamble, and Looking for a great new mystery series? Three western writers begin their journeys with tales of wide-open skies, death in the dust, Native American mysticism, greed, lust, friendship, and honor. Law enforcement agents and Native American players partner and sometimes clash on the unpredictable path toward truth and justice.  Western authors Mark Reps, R Lawson Gamble, and Felix F. Giordano each begin their unique individual mystery series involving law enforcement protagonists Zeb Hanks, Zach Tolliver, and Jim Buchanan. R. Lawson Gamble - THE DARK ROAD - Zack Tolliver is a newly minted FBI agent assigned to the Four Corners Indian Affairs FBI liaison team on the Navajo Reservation. Raised in eastern suburbia, he is dropped into a strange land and culture where he is immediately assigned to a missing person case that may have links to sheep mutilation and a murder. A total novice in all areas of his experience, he must rely on the Navajo men with whom he is partnered, one of whom will one day become his best friend and mentor. This novella is a prequel to the Zack Tolliver, FBI, Mystery Series. Mark Reps - NATIVE ROOTS - Zeb Hanks is a modern lawman, but he had to start somewhere. This two-part novella explores Zeb's roots as a young man and his early law enforcement career as a border patrol agent and Tucson policeman. A mysterious beating, illegal immigrants crossing the border, and a brush with the jaded world of politics mesh together to teach Zeb the meaning of justice, western style. This novella is a prequel to the Zeb Hanks Mystery Series. Felix F. Giordano - MISSING IN MONTANA - Axe Killian was a Knuckle Dragger, ex-military now undercover FBI with a Harley, an attitude, and a secret. When he stumbles upon a five-year old cold case abduction, his past coaxes him to accept the assignment. As he closes in on the missing, mixed-blood Blackfeet teenage girl, she would not only change who he was, but who he would become. This novella is an introduction to the Jim Buchanan Series, set in Montana.


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Looking for a great new mystery series? Three western writers begin their journeys with tales of wide-open skies, death in the dust, Native American mysticism, greed, lust, friendship, and honor. Law enforcement agents and Native American players partner and sometimes clash on the unpredictable path toward truth and justice.  Western authors Mark Reps, R Lawson Gamble, and Looking for a great new mystery series? Three western writers begin their journeys with tales of wide-open skies, death in the dust, Native American mysticism, greed, lust, friendship, and honor. Law enforcement agents and Native American players partner and sometimes clash on the unpredictable path toward truth and justice.  Western authors Mark Reps, R Lawson Gamble, and Felix F. Giordano each begin their unique individual mystery series involving law enforcement protagonists Zeb Hanks, Zach Tolliver, and Jim Buchanan. R. Lawson Gamble - THE DARK ROAD - Zack Tolliver is a newly minted FBI agent assigned to the Four Corners Indian Affairs FBI liaison team on the Navajo Reservation. Raised in eastern suburbia, he is dropped into a strange land and culture where he is immediately assigned to a missing person case that may have links to sheep mutilation and a murder. A total novice in all areas of his experience, he must rely on the Navajo men with whom he is partnered, one of whom will one day become his best friend and mentor. This novella is a prequel to the Zack Tolliver, FBI, Mystery Series. Mark Reps - NATIVE ROOTS - Zeb Hanks is a modern lawman, but he had to start somewhere. This two-part novella explores Zeb's roots as a young man and his early law enforcement career as a border patrol agent and Tucson policeman. A mysterious beating, illegal immigrants crossing the border, and a brush with the jaded world of politics mesh together to teach Zeb the meaning of justice, western style. This novella is a prequel to the Zeb Hanks Mystery Series. Felix F. Giordano - MISSING IN MONTANA - Axe Killian was a Knuckle Dragger, ex-military now undercover FBI with a Harley, an attitude, and a secret. When he stumbles upon a five-year old cold case abduction, his past coaxes him to accept the assignment. As he closes in on the missing, mixed-blood Blackfeet teenage girl, she would not only change who he was, but who he would become. This novella is an introduction to the Jim Buchanan Series, set in Montana.

30 review for Western Justice: Three Western Writers - Three Mystery Novellas

  1. 4 out of 5

    Charles van Buren

    One out of three I chose to read WESTERN JUSTICE, three western writers - three mystery novellas Mark Reps Felix F. Giordano R. Lawson Gamble, because it is free and the description was interesting. First is THE DARK ROAD by R. Lawson Gamble. It is by far the best of the three. It is in fact a pretty good story of a rookie FBI agent sent to a Navajo Indian reservation as his first duty assignment. The supernatural intrudes into his investigations of animal mutilations, murder, a missing person and One out of three I chose to read WESTERN JUSTICE, three western writers - three mystery novellas Mark Reps Felix F. Giordano R. Lawson Gamble, because it is free and the description was interesting. First is THE DARK ROAD by R. Lawson Gamble. It is by far the best of the three. It is in fact a pretty good story of a rookie FBI agent sent to a Navajo Indian reservation as his first duty assignment. The supernatural intrudes into his investigations of animal mutilations, murder, a missing person and the theft of various valuable artifacts. The writing is good but for the author's inexcusable, ludicrous descriptions of firearms used in the story. Let's match Mr. Gamble's description of a "Remington 223 gauge" rifle by altering his F-150 truck engine description a little - "started up the 450-volt 3.5 CC EcoBoost engine." That vehicle description makes as much sense as his firearms descriptions. Second is NATIVE ROOTS By Mark Reps. This is just not very good writing or plotting. This is a story of an abused son of a petty criminal who grows up to become a law enforcement officer. Among other plot holes, the main character's juvenile deliquent brother simply disappears from the story without explanation. At the end of this novella is a piece called "Native Roots Reading Guide." I don't really know what to make of its presence. It reads something like a book report or summary. Third is MISSING IN MONTANA By Felix F. Giordano. The daughter of a sleezy, child abusing politician disappears. Kidnapped by a cult the poor girl isn't really any worse off than she was at home. Not that her life with the cult is wholesome fun and games. At least the cult cures her incurable fatal disease. She is missing for some five years while the law enforcement agencies and officers in this story emulate the Keystone Cops and Inspector Clouseau. During the first search of the Cult's property, the girl was in a large cave: "Yeshua Goyathlay turned to Ruthie and Simon. “Come with me now, we will go to the cave.” He got up and left the throng. The three of them walked with torches ablaze past the numerous shacks that served as housing for the congregation and through a trail cut into the pine forest below Marmot Mountain. After a few miles in, the trail gradually ascended the lower half of the mountain. The 300-foot graded path ended at a sizable cave entrance." Apparently the law enforcement officers with search warrants never noticed the cave during the initial search or subsequent searches. The ending is both unbelievable and silly. The author also doesn't seem to know the proper usage of bring and take. One 3 or 4 star story. Two 1 or 2 star stories.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Uwe

    The novel Missing in Montana was not really a good one, to many flaws, coincidence and a story with a lot of wholes about this cult above the law. This Novel gets just a 1 star, the other two would get 3 stars !

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paul Berg

    The first two books are interesting and I wonder what happens next. The last story about this cult is a bit over the top and didn't enjoy it . The first two books are interesting and I wonder what happens next. The last story about this cult is a bit over the top and didn't enjoy it .

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary

    Western Justice: Three Western Writers -Three Mystery Novellas - a review by Rosemary Kenny An exceptional trilogy of Western tales of rough justice, carried out by strong Sheriffs in small towns and the nearby Reservations, where Native justice is often a community or Council Elders' prerogative. First is The Dark Road by R Lawson Gamble, whose MC is FBI Zack Tolliver, called in to liaise with local Agent Ben Brewster at the small town of Elk Wells. Working with Sergeant Jimmy Chaparral, Zack inves Western Justice: Three Western Writers -Three Mystery Novellas - a review by Rosemary Kenny An exceptional trilogy of Western tales of rough justice, carried out by strong Sheriffs in small towns and the nearby Reservations, where Native justice is often a community or Council Elders' prerogative. First is The Dark Road by R Lawson Gamble, whose MC is FBI Zack Tolliver, called in to liaise with local Agent Ben Brewster at the small town of Elk Wells. Working with Sergeant Jimmy Chaparral, Zack investigates the case of a missing man, before being sidetracked into another investigation of mutilated sheep, also on the Navajo Nation Reservation. Into the mix comes a stake-out that leads to an accusation of murder being made against Chaparral, of the murder of an unknown man, (whose body is found near where Zack fell asleep as they were on lookout for the sheep-killer) and finally the discovery of looted artefacts and their source in abandoned cave-dwellings in an isolated arroyo. Who is the real killer? Who is responsible for trading in the stolen artefacts? Who is the dark figure Zack alone sees high on the cliffs above Ashkii Nez's hogan? A fascinating tale, full of action, suspense and wild Western Justice - you'll love it! Native Roots by the excellent author Mark Reps is the middle volume in the trilogy and shows the development of Zeb Hanks' character as he grows up and learns some of life's tough lessons. The law-abiding, good moral example set by Sheriff Jake Dablo balances out Zeb's father's violence and criminal behaviour. Zeb is also shown developing a sense of the importance of Nature and the Natives' dependence on and reverence to it. These lessons will stand him in good stead when as future Sheriff he'll have cases to solve both off and on the Reservation. Zeb's mother, Marta and Aunt (who works for Jake Dablo and later for Zeb as Sheriff) are both strong independent women, able to overcome hardship through widowhood or domestic abuse. Both of them give Zeb and his brother a loving family life after the abuses of the past. This wonderful novel, Native Roots links all the Zeb Hanks novels, in the Small Town Sheriff, Big Time Trouble series, through characters who appear in old and new stories. It's a good way of tying them together and makes them engaging on many levels. Why not get them all and have a Western Justice binge? Last in the Western Justice trilogy is a different kind of tale, that still ties in with the eponymous theme that links all three. Missing In Montana by Felix F Giordano tells of an ex-Army Ranger turned crusader-on-a-Harley, 'Axe' Killian, who assists FBI Special Agent Manny Costa with the cold case of a missing teenage girl, whose father is now Governor of Montana. Set five years later, the trail now leads from the 'Old-Fashioned 4th of July Fair' in the town of Taylor, onto the nearby Navajo Reservation and thence to a ranch in the wilderness, where a cult, 'Children of the Big Sky' is led by ex-criminal Solomon Child, now calling himself Yeshua Goyathlay - Geronimo's real name - and claiming a Christ-like heritage. What is the truth behind Philppa Ross' abduction and where is she now? Who are Ruthie and Simon and how are they involved in revealing the truth? Where do Axe and Eden Child go at the end of the book - and who/what do they expect to encounter there? Missing in Montana is the conclusion to three eye-opening stories in an outstanding trilogy, Western Justice, which are also three examples of true grit, integrity and loyalty, by three amazing authors. Get your copy today and tell all your friends - Yee Hah, they'll love it too!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Linda Hastings

    Three books to keep you entertained. Two of the books very well written stories involving American Natives. One I had already read but it was good enough to read it a second time. Characters that you will relate to and remember for awhile. The last book in involved with a cult and it keep me reading all day neglecting what I should have been doing. 3 well written books, 3 different writers.

  6. 5 out of 5

    juanita dennis

    Western Justice Unfortunately I'm only remembering the last story and it was too much stuff to brainwash someone to the ways of a cult. I didn't read it all but glanced to the parts I was most interested in. Western Justice Unfortunately I'm only remembering the last story and it was too much stuff to brainwash someone to the ways of a cult. I didn't read it all but glanced to the parts I was most interested in.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Susan D. Robinson

    Three tastes for your enjoyment I knew of Mark Reps. I love his blend of mystery / with a great blend of native Americans. His stories keep me reading at a great pace I had never read R. Lawson or Feel!is F. Giordano I will make it a point to include them in those I read

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kathy Seymour

    I enjoyed each of the books, I've read all of Mark Reps books and loved them. I now have two more authors to enjoy. I think you will enjoy all three books they hold you interest and have some different endings. I enjoyed each of the books, I've read all of Mark Reps books and loved them. I now have two more authors to enjoy. I think you will enjoy all three books they hold you interest and have some different endings.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Great intro to three new writers I love mysteries and these are three terrific ones! Set out west and with lots of interaction between law enforcement and Native American character, the action is plenty!

  10. 5 out of 5

    jwh

    Brings back memories of my childhood in the Southwest. Held my interest and made me a bit homesick. Good fun read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Good This series is one that shows how people in the FBI and police on Indian reservations work together to justice.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Casey

    3 excellent novels 3 authors, 3 novels, 3 enthralling trips to places you've probably never been. I highly recommend this book and am off to find more by these authors. 3 excellent novels 3 authors, 3 novels, 3 enthralling trips to places you've probably never been. I highly recommend this book and am off to find more by these authors.

  13. 4 out of 5

    maria

    Really enjoyed it.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jaime Rodriguez

    Pretty good.

  15. 4 out of 5

    JANE

    Western Justice. Well it was different. Why did they not do something to her Dad? He was certainly not fit to lead the people of his state.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bill

    The first 2 were well - written and edited/proofread well. The 3rd was not!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Oliver C. Felton

  18. 5 out of 5

    Marie

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sherron McMahan

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mary E. Lynch

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sylvia Ireland

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lachlan Mackinnon

  23. 5 out of 5

    barbara beeching

  24. 4 out of 5

    Wayne Tjoelker

  25. 5 out of 5

    Betty Alford

  26. 5 out of 5

    Maureen Dredge

  27. 4 out of 5

    samuel stephen maddox

  28. 4 out of 5

    Gail R Strong

  29. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Robertson

  30. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Sparks

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