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Coyote Courage Review by Douglas R. Cobb

In Coyote Courage, Brock Clemens finds himself low on money, having just a dollar left, and he hankers for a few creature comforts, like a good cigar and a shot of bourbon. To get those things and find a place to lay his head for the night, Clemens decides to go into the small town of Dry Springs and he gets a short-term job at a general store there…

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Western Fiction Review By

Brock Clemons rides into the small town of Dry Springs simply looking for a place to grab a cigar and a good night’s sleep. Instead, he finds a town being strangled by a band of hardened outlaws…..

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Coyote Courage Review By

The big guy, who has still not introduced himself, starts to let his hand drift down toward his low-slung pistol. Thinking he will understand, I say, “You don’t want to do that. I don’t think you’re fast enough……

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Coyote Creek Review By

Several months ago, Scott Harris was kind enough to send me a copy of his second novel, Coyote Creek. This book tells the further adventures of Brock Clemons, picking up where Coyote Courage left off…….

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Paul Bishop Interview

Writer Scott Harris is beginning to make his mark in the western genre with his Brock Clemons series. His new novel, Coyote Courage, is a classic six-guns blazing oater with a Louis L’Amour pedigree…..

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Rough Edges Review By

Brock Clemons rides into the small town of Dry Springs simply looking for a place to grab a cigar and a good night’s sleep. Instead, he finds a town being strangled by a band of hardened outlaws, a young boy named Huck who is bravely facing challenges far beyond his years, and Sophie, a woman of captivating strength and beauty…

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Book Beat #34: Coyote Courage Review By John Oak Dalton

Our easygoing protagonist–who nonetheless is sharp with a gun–reluctantly, and then with gradual acceptance, falls into a circle of people that includes a pretty young woman and her grieving father, a lonely young boy, and several other townspeople, taking their side against a group of toughs running roughshod over their lives.  Hits the expected beats, but holds out a few surprises…

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52 Weeks 52 Western Novels Review

Hardcore Western fans, and I am wagering all genre fans in general, love a good recommendation, love a new list. We love the finger that points to a what is, hopefully, a brand-new piece of reading gold….

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