Tag Archives: Jay Peck

Book Review: Singing Wires

This western story is one that draws the reader into the tale and keeps him involved and working on the problems of the main character Clay Roswell. This is the type of story that keeps me going and pushes me to the conclusion of the story no matter what time of night it is. These […]

Book Review: Phantoms in the Night

This is an early California story when the conflict of who would sway influence over this western land was all over everyone’s minds. The main character, John Hayward, is spirited ashore in the dark of night. He is in search of Roger Bardine the U.S. consul who has vanished and foul play is suspected. Hayward’s […]

Book Review: Back With a Vengeance

This is a western story that covers the movement of women into the west to be wives of family men who have lost their wives and they need new mothers for their children and the lovers for these lonely western men. The story begins with a bank robbery in Colfax, Colorado executed by five ruthless […]

Book Review: The Cold Dish

This is a modern western mystery set in the present day with Sheriff Walt Longmire as the main character. The location is Durant, Wyoming and Walt is still suffering over the lose of his wife, four years ago. The history of the upcoming mystery tells us that there had been a brutal rape of a […]

Book Review: Ride

This western story written by Graig Mantle created in me an inability to complete this story. I was able to get through two thirds of the tale before I threw up my hands and said, “I just can’t see wasting any more of my time in reading this story.” I felt the author had no […]

Movie Review: Lincoln

This was my second viewing of this movie about American history that gives the viewer an insight to a particular time in history that has shaped and molded our country through a troubled time. The Civil war was going on and Lincoln was in the struggle to change the constitution to make all men free. […]

Book Review: Return of the Spirit Rider

This western story by Cotton Smith tells the reader about a man that would lead two separate lives. Vin Lockhart this western character is raised by a Sioux medicine man and was taught the ways of a medicine man as he grew to a man. He took the teachings to heart and lived the ways […]

Book Review: Death Rides A Red Horse

This is a western tale about how one Texas family struggled to preserve their way of life through many trials and tribulations. They became one of the largest and best cattle ranches, even after the designated center of the family Ethan Kerry goes blind. His wife Claire calls on the younger brother Cole, who has […]

Book Review: Dead Man’s Crossing

This is my second western story that I read off my Kindle. The electronic device really allows me to drive through the story and get involved. I will enjoy many more westerns than I previously have enjoyed. This author Robert Broomall tells a tale about a man cast into the dynamics of leading a small […]

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

I have returned from visiting granddaughters and daughter and son-in-law. Our son living in Northern California and his new bride who is carrying our first grandson also went to Portland Oregon for the season. We are now all back at our respective homes. I wish everyone who reads what I write, the best of wishes […]