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The Bells of San Juan

Jackson Gregory

Book Overview: 

Rod Norton is a lawman in a land where bandits and criminals make their own rules. Risking his life for justice and a future with the woman he loves, mortal danger awaits. For Norton and those in peril, the Bells of San Juan will chime.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . . sworn duties did not allow of his laying aside even upon a night like this, it would have been easy to forget that he was all that which the one word sheriff connotes in a land like that about San Juan.

"Can't get away from it, can we?" Engle having caught the look in the two women's eyes, broke off abruptly in what he was saying, and now sat studying his cigar with frowning eyes. "Man against man, and the whole county knows it, one employing whatever criminal's tools slip into his hands, the other fighting fair and in the open. Man against man and in a death grapple just because they are the men they are, with one backed up by a hang-dog crowd like Kid Rickard and Antone, and the other playing virtually a lone hand. What's the end going to be?"

Virginia thought of Ignacio Chavez. He, had he been here, would have answered:

"In the end there will be the ringing of the bells for a man dead. You will see! Which one? Quien sabe. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Listened to this on Spotify - the poor man's equivalent of Audible for audio books. The narration, however, was fine. Given that some of the books on Spotify have only an automated narration, such as Joyce's Ulysses (God, can you imagine). Unfortunately, though, while the narration was decent, I...more

the plot was a little bit weird, and some events didn't make sense. I've read better westerns.

A well written entertaining western. I enjoyed it very much.