Winter Kill Epub Þ Paperback

Winter Kill Epub Þ Paperback

Winter Kill ❰Ebook❯ ➧ Winter Kill Author Bill Brooks – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The winter around Cheyenne Wyoming is devastating killing both people and livestock John Henry Cole lives three miles out of town on his small ranch where he waits out the storm that is uickly killing The winter around Cheyenne Wyoming is devastating killing both people and livestock John Henry Cole lives three miles out of town on his small ranch where he waits out the storm that is uickly killing his cattle and horses Everything he owns is dying before his eyes and there isn't anything he can do about it His dreams of a settled life are as dead as everything else He knows it's time to move on and move on he does but not in the direction he expectedTeddy Green a Texas ranger arrives in Cheyenne and seeks Cole's help in locating Ella Mims a woman who once lived in Cheyenne and with whom Cole had once been intimate Green wants to uestion Mims concerning her involvement in a Denver City murder but he's not the only one searching for her.


10 thoughts on “Winter Kill

  1. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    A good Western with well developed characters Cole is asked to help find a woman wanted for murder a woman he once loved This book does have plenty of violence It also has some humor in the plot and some good interaction between the main characters I will be reading books by this author


  2. Michael Michael says:

    Enjoyed it especially the appearances of the west's historical figures such as Bill Tillghman Charlie Utter whose death in this book is as good an explanation as any for his disappearance from history after Wild Bill's murder the Earps Doc Holiday and of course Judge Roy Bean amoung others Delightful read


  3. Heather Beecher Heather Beecher says:

    Western Mystery set in the 1800s


  4. William Meloney William Meloney says:

    Engaging Wester historical fiction reminiscent of Deadwood


  5. MARTY MARLOWE MARTY MARLOWE says:

    Winter KillRefreshes one's memories about the real hardships one encounters in the struggles just to stay alive in the early frontier


  6. Terry Quiram Terry Quiram says:

    One fine storyWell written great story line Plenty of interesting characters that added to the story Evenn had a nice ending Loo king forward to the next book


  7. Wendy Nadolny Wendy Nadolny says:

    Fun westernEnjoyed the book Nice touch adding well known characters from the old west I will probably read some of his other books


  8. Linda Linda says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this western along the lines of McMurtry's Lonesome Dove I loved the interspersing of real historical characters into the story I'll be looking for


  9. Bonnie Bonnie says:

    Winter Kill is a John Henry Cole Story by Bill Brooks This is a diferent type book from what I usually read bur I enjoyed it The setting is Cheyenne Wyoming in a devastating winter where all the cattle and horses died John Henry Cole was three miles out of town on his small ranch waiting out the storm and worried about his livestock and frieds who were dying when he decided he would have to leave Cheyene and try his luck elewhere When the Chinook finally came he was packing up to leave when a man named Teddy Green a Texas Ranger convinced him to help him find his ex wife Ella Mims a woman Cole had also loved She has been accused of a murder in Denver City and there is a posse of gunmen on her trail intent on killing her so she can't testify Famous men and women from this period are added to the novel to lend authenticity Billy the Kid Belle Starr Doc Holliday Roy Bean Wyatt Earp and other lawmen are interwoven seamlessly into the narrative A good read for those who enjoy westerns


  10. Al Stoess Al Stoess says:

    A mystery western of western mystery in which John Henry Cole meets every badman and woman in the West About a death each chapter Entertaining


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10 thoughts on “Winter Kill

  1. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    A good Western with well developed characters Cole is asked to help find a woman wanted for murder a woman he once loved This book does have plenty of violence It also has some humor in the plot and some good interaction between the main characters I will be reading books by this author

  2. Michael Michael says:

    Enjoyed it especially the appearances of the west's historical figures such as Bill Tillghman Charlie Utter whose death in this book is as good an explanation as any for his disappearance from history after Wild Bill's murder the Earps Doc Holiday and of course Judge Roy Bean amoung others Delightful read

  3. Heather Beecher Heather Beecher says:

    Western Mystery set in the 1800s

  4. William Meloney William Meloney says:

    Engaging Wester historical fiction reminiscent of Deadwood

  5. MARTY MARLOWE MARTY MARLOWE says:

    Winter KillRefreshes one's memories about the real hardships one encounters in the struggles just to stay alive in the early frontier

  6. Terry Quiram Terry Quiram says:

    One fine storyWell written great story line Plenty of interesting characters that added to the story Evenn had a nice ending Loo king forward to the next book

  7. Wendy Nadolny Wendy Nadolny says:

    Fun westernEnjoyed the book Nice touch adding well known characters from the old west I will probably read some of his other books

  8. Linda Linda says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this western along the lines of McMurtry's Lonesome Dove I loved the interspersing of real historical characters into the story I'll be looking for

  9. Bonnie Bonnie says:

    Winter Kill is a John Henry Cole Story by Bill Brooks This is a diferent type book from what I usually read bur I enjoyed it The setting is Cheyenne Wyoming in a devastating winter where all the cattle and horses died John Henry Cole was three miles out of town on his small ranch waiting out the storm and worried about his livestock and frieds who were dying when he decided he would have to leave Cheyene and try his luck elewhere When the Chinook finally came he was packing up to leave when a man named Teddy Green a Texas Ranger convinced him to help him find his ex wife Ella Mims a woman Cole had also loved She has been accused of a murder in Denver City and there is a posse of gunmen on her trail intent on killing her so she can't testify Famous men and women from this period are added to the novel to lend authenticity Billy the Kid Belle Starr Doc Holliday Roy Bean Wyatt Earp and other lawmen are interwoven seamlessly into the narrative A good read for those who enjoy westerns

  10. Al Stoess Al Stoess says:

    A mystery western of western mystery in which John Henry Cole meets every badman and woman in the West About a death each chapter Entertaining

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