Comanche Fire

Pages: 158
Language: English
ISBN: 9783959269391
Publication date: 20.10.2015
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The story of Texas Ranger Wes Crowley continues in book 2 of the series.
Comanche Fire is the second prequel and Book 2 in the Wes Crowley novel series. Although the titles eventually will be arranged chronologically, each is a stand-alone novel. In Comanche Fire, Wes Crowley and Otis 'Mac' McFadden have joined the Texas Rangers in Amarillo in the heart of Comancheria, the traditional Comanche homeland. As they grow into their life as Texas Rangers, they endure hardships and battles, including one all-out attack on Amarillo, and pursue Comanches and banditos across the plains and through the arroyos of the north Texas panhandle.

With the number of Rangers dwindling, the captain arranges ingenious loop patrols to both watch for Comanche and Comanchero activity and to make the Ranger presence known to civilians in north Texas. In Comanche Fire we meet the venerable Talbot brothers--one preacher, one farmer, and one bandito--as well as a host of other characters. We learn that not all Rangers were always on the right side of the law, and not all banditos are evil to the core. Of course, we also keep one eye peeled for Four Crows and his band, who seem always a thorn in the side of the Rangers. Finally, we witness the swearing-in of some new Rangers and can finally release the breath we've been holding as the Ranger Troop from Amarillo seems on the rebound. The action scenes alone in this book are well worth reading the whole series.
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Eric Stringer (the borderline psychotic persona of Harvey Stanbrough) is a miserably failed newspaper reporter whose father was obsessed with one soft spot after another and whose mother didn’t love him enough to care that she didn’t love him enough. She swapped him to a camel jocky she met along the border in southern California for a hit off his crack pipe and a swing on his banana hammock.

Eric was born in poverty and clawed his way up to debauchery and tearing the wings off young maidens. Once he got out of prison for failing to vote multiple times in an election (he lived in Chicago at the time, and the law’s the law) he began to write stories about all the strange and unusual things he saw. Some of them were actually there.

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